Farmed Animals

The New Hampshire Animal Rights League works to help all animals, including animals raised for food.

The number of farmed animals killed every year in the United States is enormous — it far surpasses the number killed as a result of hunting, trapping, abuse, neglect, captivity, or experimentation combined.

Dairy Farming in New Hampshire

Dairy farming may be part of New Hampshire’s “agricultural heritage,” but tradition is never justification for continuing a practice that is known to cause unnecessary harm. If you are a

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Backyard Chickens

Backyard chickens have long been a common sight in New Hampshire, and with hobby farming and homesteading growing in popularity, we are seeing even more people seduced by the idea

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Cows raised for Food

Beef has been getting a lot of bad press lately, and for good reason. Eating beef has been shown to have a negative effect on our health, the environment, and,

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Foie Gras

The photo above is of a Moulard duck rescued from the foie gras industry (photo credit Farm Sanctuary) Foie gras, French for “fatty liver,” is the unnaturally fattened liver of

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Eggs

New Hampshire is home to egg distributor Pete and Gerry’s Organic Eggs. Pete & Gerry’s buys eggs from 130 farms in 12 states and sells nationwide. Pete & Gerry’s also

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