Farm Transparency Project

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The Farm Transparency Project is a non-profit organization based in Australia that aims to expose the cruel and inhumane treatment of animals in the agricultural industry.

One of the main goals of the Farm Transparency Project is to document and expose the mistreatment of animals in agriculture. The organization uses a range of techniques to gather evidence, including undercover investigations, whistleblowers, and freedom of information requests. They then share this information through various channels, including social media, news outlets, and public events.

The Farm Transparency Project has highlighted some of the most egregious examples of animal cruelty in the Australian agriculture industry. This includes the use of battery cages for egg-laying hens, which is a practice that has been banned in many other countries due to its inhumane nature. The organization has also exposed the mistreatment of pigs, cows, and chickens in factory farms, which often involve overcrowding, unsanitary conditions, and painful procedures such as debeaking and tail docking.

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