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Soil Association Websiteen-GBCopyright Soil Association firstname.lastname@example.orgCIWF report finds higher welfare animals produce more nutritious food<p><img src="/Portals/0/Content/side_images/beef_cattle.jpg" alt="Beef cow laying in a field." width="222" height="214" vspace="2" hspace="2" border="2" align="right" />A report recently published by <a href="http://www.ciwf.org.uk">Compassion in World Farming</a> has concluded that meat from animals raised under higher welfare standards such as organic are also much better for you.</p>
jstrideThu, 26 Jul 2012 17:31:00 GMTStrong local turnout to public meeting against the proposed factory pig farm in Foston <p>An exceptional turnout of people gathered in Burton on Trent town hall yesterday to attend the film screening and public debate on the proposed plans to build a giant pig farm in the village of Foston. The meeting was jointly organised by The Soil Association, the UK’s leading charity campaigning for planet-friendly food and farming, and the Pig Business film team, activists fighting for food from farms not factories.</p>
cturtonFri, 24 Jun 2011 14:51:00 GMTHelen Browning's speech to the WI on factory farming<p><strong>Helen Browning addressed the Women's Institute AGM on 8 June as they debated the motion: 'This meeting abhors the practice of factory farming particularly large animals such as pigs and cows, and urges HM government to ensure planning permission is not granted for such projects.'</strong></p>
fnorrisThu, 09 Jun 2011 10:29:00 GMTPlans for ‘mega-dairy’ withdrawn<p>Plans to set up the UK’s largest dairy farm were withdrawn today (16 February 2011). Commenting on the announcement by Nocton Dairies Ltd. Emma Hockridge, head of policy at the Soil Association, said:</p>
GCattWed, 16 Feb 2011 14:41:00 GMTThe Independent: "Helen Browning: A woman who won't be cowed in the war against titan farms"The following story was published in the Independent on 31 January...
fnorrisMon, 31 Jan 2011 10:16:00 GMT