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As a lifelong naturalist who lives on a farm, I am acutely aware of how food, nature and the countryside are interlinked. Only this spring, I watched a field being ploughed, only to discover that the soil had no worms. The local gulls that follow...

Today, as the world celebrates ‘International Jaguar Day’, marvelling at these magnificent and increasingly rare creatures, what few will draw is the connection between their decline and the global growth of factory farming. ...

For us at Compassion, the 15th November is always a day to reflect on the legacy of our founder, Peter Roberts MBE, who passed away on this day in 2006. Peter was a visionary, someone who could see that cruelty to farmed animals was having...