Real Farms not Animal Factories

  • Pigs on high welfare farms, either outdoors or indoors with plenty of straw, are healthy and happy and do not need antibiotics. They are free to roam and express their natural instinctive behaviour such as rooting, nesting and playing.
  • Pig factories can be defined as intensive, indoor facilities in which pigs are kept on concrete slatted floors without straw or similar bedding, routinely tail docked and routinely given antibiotics. Mother pigs are confined in farrowing crates, too narrow for them to turn around, for five weeks in each pregnancy.

Common Pork Labels

  • Organic


  • Free Range

    Free Range

  • RSPCA Assured

    RSPCA Assured

  • Outdoor bred

    Outdoor Bred

  • Red Tractor

    Red Tractor

  • No welfare label

    No welfare label

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