Stay connected to the growing cage-free egg campaign
Choose cage-free eggs and give our feathered friends a better life
It’s in a hen’s nature to lay her eggs in a nest, perch, scratch and strut about — but cages don’t allow hens to do this. Choose cage-free eggs to promote the humane treatment and proper care of hens.
Why Choose Cage-Free?
- 95 percent of egg laying hens are crammed
into tiny barren cages
- With 6-8 hens per cage, each one lives on a space smaller than a sheet
of notebook paper
- Little room to turn around or stretch their wings causes
stress, frustration, and injuries.
- Cage-free farming means better hen health and welfare — and safer,
more wholesome eggs for you
Give a Cluck About Hens
Hens are intelligent and social animals and far too
many of them are living in small, cramped cages.
Check out our infographic
for the real (s)coop.
The Im"peck"able Adventures of Liisa Winkler
For our latest Choose Cage-Free blog, we asked supermodel and WSPA Ambassador Liisa Winker to go on the hunt for some cage-free eggs (and have a "peck" of a good time with some happy hens).
Read what happens when our favourite supermodel gets down on the farm.
Sign the Cage-Free Pledge today
When you sign the Cage-Free Pledge, you're committing to:
- Only buying eggs that are produced without the use of cages
- Encouraging restaurants to use cage-free eggs and eating at restaurants that do
- Talking to your family and friends about the issue of caged-egg production and spreading the word about how they can help
You can help end this cruelty
— sign the cage-free pledge today! Learn more about us
Spread the Word
Educate your friends about the importance of choosing cage-free eggs.
by: Shelley Loader, Website and Online Advocacy Manager
By Kara Wooten, USA Communications Associate
By Melissa Miller, Bon Appetit Management Company* executive chef at SAP, Palo Alto, CA
When I plan my menu and shop for products, I take the choices I have very seriously. It’s my job to feed over 1,200 people daily at SAP [a leading multinational software corporation].
by: Josey Kitson, Executive Director, WSPA Canada
As you can imagine, I'm very passionate about my work at WSPA. I enjoy every aspect of it. But there are some areas that I really love — engaging with the media to get our stories out to a wide variety of people across North America is one of my favorite jobs.
Show that Calgary gives a cluck!
Right now, the board and management at the Calgary Co-op are deciding whether to sell only cage-free eggs and pork. With your help, we can show them that compassionate Calgarians support that choice!
by: Liisa Winkler, WSPA Canada Ambassador and supermodel
By: Amelia Cornish, U.S. Donor Development Associate
by: Lynn Kavanagh, Humane and Sustainable Agriculture Campaigner