Hens in battery cages

Take the No Battery Eggs Pledge

Across India, approximately 200 million laying hens are living out their lives in small, wire battery cages. These cages are so tiny that the birds cannot fully stretch their wings, walk, or engage in many other natural behaviors. The majority of the eggs produced by these suffering birds are destined for the plates of middle and upper class consumers in urban areas.

Consuming battery eggs is cruel and unnecessary. There are less inhumane, cage-free systems for producing eggs. There are also many vegetarian alternatives to consuming eggs.

You can help stop the use of battery cages and greatly reduce the suffering of millions of egg-laying hens. Sign this "no battery eggs" pledge and encourage your friends and family to do the same. Working together, we have the power to make a difference for animals.

Help stop needless cruelty: Say NO to eggs from hens in battery cages.

 

 

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The No Battery Eggs Pledge:

I pledge to help reduce the suffering of egg-laying hens in India by committing never to consume or serve battery-cage eggs or any product containing battery-cage eggs.