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Since 2005, the British Hen Welfare Trust has been saving and rehoming commercial laying hens throughout the United Kingdom. Working closely with leaders in the egg industry, the BHWT designed and developed the existing rehoming model, and to date we have rehomed almost eight hundred thousand hens. The COVID-19 pandemic and the subsequent lockdown have created a huge surge in demand for ex-commercial laying hens, and the BHWT has risen to the task, responding safely, compassionately, and efficiently.
We have implemented a COVID-19 “safe” CLUCK & COLLECT rehoming process which ensures the safety of our volunteers, our staff and our rehomers, whilst allowing us to save hens and place them into hen-friendly homes once again. Our nationwide network of pop-up rehoming locations are now open and our hundreds-strong volunteer team is fully engaged, rehoming thousands of hens each rehoming weekend.

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Since 2005, the British Hen Welfare Trust has been saving and rehoming commercial laying hens throughout the United Kingdom. Working closely with leaders in the egg industry, the BHWT designed and developed the existing rehoming model, and to date we have rehomed almost eight hundred thousand hens. The COVID-19 pandemic and the subsequent lockdown have created a huge surge in demand for ex-commercial laying hens, and the BHWT has risen to the task, responding safely, compassionately, and efficiently.
We have implemented a COVID-19 “safe” CLUCK & COLLECT rehoming process which ensures the safety of our volunteers, our staff and our rehomers, whilst allowing us to save hens and place them into hen-friendly homes once again. Our nationwide network of pop-up rehoming locations are now open and our hundreds-strong volunteer team is fully engaged, rehoming thousands of hens each rehoming weekend.

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Since 2005, the British Hen Welfare Trust has been saving and rehoming commercial laying hens throughout the United Kingdom. Working closely with leaders in the egg industry, the BHWT designed and developed the existing rehoming model, and to date we have rehomed almost eight hundred thousand hens. The COVID-19 pandemic and the subsequent lockdown have created a huge surge in demand for ex-commercial laying hens, and the BHWT has risen to the task, responding safely, compassionately, and efficiently.
We have implemented a COVID-19 “safe” CLUCK & COLLECT rehoming process which ensures the safety of our volunteers, our staff and our rehomers, whilst allowing us to save hens and place them into hen-friendly homes once again. Our nationwide network of pop-up rehoming locations are now open and our hundreds-strong volunteer team is fully engaged, rehoming thousands of hens each rehoming weekend.

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Since 2005, the British Hen Welfare Trust has been saving and rehoming commercial laying hens throughout the United Kingdom. Working closely with leaders in the egg industry, the BHWT designed and developed the existing rehoming model, and to date we have rehomed almost eight hundred thousand hens. The COVID-19 pandemic and the subsequent lockdown have created a huge surge in demand for ex-commercial laying hens, and the BHWT has risen to the task, responding safely, compassionately, and efficiently.
We have implemented a COVID-19 “safe” CLUCK & COLLECT rehoming process which ensures the safety of our volunteers, our staff and our rehomers, whilst allowing us to save hens and place them into hen-friendly homes once again. Our nationwide network of pop-up rehoming locations are now open and our hundreds-strong volunteer team is fully engaged, rehoming thousands of hens each rehoming weekend.

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Since 2005, the British Hen Welfare Trust has been saving and rehoming commercial laying hens throughout the United Kingdom. Working closely with leaders in the egg industry, the BHWT designed and developed the existing rehoming model, and to date we have rehomed almost eight hundred thousand hens. The COVID-19 pandemic and the subsequent lockdown have created a huge surge in demand for ex-commercial laying hens, and the BHWT has risen to the task, responding safely, compassionately, and efficiently.
We have implemented a COVID-19 “safe” CLUCK & COLLECT rehoming process which ensures the safety of our volunteers, our staff and our rehomers, whilst allowing us to save hens and place them into hen-friendly homes once again. Our nationwide network of pop-up rehoming locations are now open and our hundreds-strong volunteer team is fully engaged, rehoming thousands of hens each rehoming weekend.