In the last week of May, McDonald’s will hold its annual shareholders' meeting. For the 100 days leading up to the meeting, our coalition of animal protection organizations is carrying out an energizing new phase of the campaign to convince McDonald’s to adopt a strong chicken welfare policy, just as Burger King, Subway, Jack In The Box, and more already have.

Now more than ever, we’ll be intensifying our campaign’s efforts. We invite you to join our 100 Days of McDonald’s campaign and take part in actions asking the restaurant giant to improve conditions for chickens.

Our campaign will continue until McDonald’s makes these changes.
Join us in making a difference for chickens who desperately need our help by supporting the campaign!

*All footage and images on this page represent typical farms that raise chickens for meat.

Please join us in asking McDonald’s to change

Each year, hundreds of millions of chickens suffer tremendously on farms that raise chickens for McDonald’s menu items. These birds are bred to be so unnaturally big their own legs can’t support their weight. They are crammed into dark sheds and trapped in filth, unable to engage in most natural behaviors. These horrific conditions are unacceptable.

Nearly 90 companies - including many of McDonald’s competitors such as Burger King, Subway, and Jack in the Box - have already committed to making meaningful changes that will improve the lives of these smart and social animals. Meanwhile, McDonald’s continues to drag its feet.

As one of the world’s most notable brands, McDonald’s has the power to eliminate the cruelest farming practices used by its producers and reduce the suffering of millions of birds.


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