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Get Ready for Meatout this March!

It may be hard to believe, but spring is just around the corner! Every year on the first day of spring, thousands take part in our annual campaign to encourage the public to go vegan for a day on March 20th. This year, we’re excited to roll out a revamped website, with cool interactive features, meal plans for every diet level, and more.

Stay tuned next week for the launch of Meatout 2015!

Share Your Insight with Our Movement

Want to speak at the Animal Rights 2015 National Conference this summer? We've just opened speaker application form and invite you to apply or forward it along to other qualified individuals.

AR2015 will take place July 30 - August 2 at the Hilton Alexandria Mark Center just outside Washington, DC. Attendee registration will open early next week.

Fill out the speaker application to be considered for a speaking slot.

FARM Fights Ag-Gag Repression

Three weeks ago, four FARM activists were charged with trespassing on and disrupting agricultural operations, otherwise known as the “ag-gag” law.

Fortunately, last week we learned that the ag-gag enhancement charges were dropped. Each activist still faces jail time because farm workers claim that they trespassed onto Circle Four Farm.

Read and share the story and make a contribution toward legal fees.

Vegans Get a Rise from the Dairy Industry

The milk industry is throwing a fit over the rising popularity of plant-based milks. With the public waking up to the devastating treatment of dairy cows and the health detriments of drinking another species' milk, the dairy industry is facing declining sales. Cow's milk sales volume has gone down 12 percent over the past six years, according to analysts.

Read the full article about how the dairy industry is scrambling.

Meet FARM's Digital Media Assistant

Brandon Whittaker assists FARM part-time with our digital media. He first became involved volunteering at AR2013. He was so moved by his experience, that he became a vegan. Brandon has been operating a pay-per-view booth for FARM at the Richmond VegFest for the past two years, and he volunteers at a no-kill shelter. In his spare time, Brandon plays drums for two bands touring the U.S.

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About FARM

Farm Animal Rights Movement (FARM) is a national non-profit organization working to end the use of animals for food through grass roots activism and public education. We believe in inherent self-worth of animals, environmental protection, and public health.

www.farmusa.org 10101 Ashburton Ln, Bethesda, MD 20817 info@farmusa.org