Animal Writes
14 November 2001 Issue
Farm Launches Information Archives

From FARM - [email protected] 

FARM is pleased to announce the launching of Information Archives, a new service for the farmed animal and vegetarian community. The Archives are comprised of Reports, Articles, Newsletters, and Photographs. They can be accessed at 

The Reports section provides tables of human and non-human animal deaths associated annually with production and consumption of meat and other animal products, as well as abstracts of recent developments reported in the Articles section.

The Articles section contains thousands of articles on the merits of veg*ism and the destructive impacts of animal agriculture, dating back to May 1997. They were culled by a dozen people from news reports, scientific journals, and industry web sites. They are organized into 150 specific categories to facilitate retrieval.

The Newsletters section stores FARM newsletters dating back to 1997.

The Photographs section has photographs of factory farms, slaughterhouses, meat industry operations, and impacts of animal agriculture on public health and natural resources, as well as links to other pertinent photograph libraries.

We welcome your comments on how we can improve our service.

Lucy Goodrum, Esq., Director of Research

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