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One thing I forgot to mention that the numbers and figures I say are speculative and definitely not precise. But it's not speculative at all to say that The Humane League has substantially reduced the suffering of millions of chickens and I'm sure that they will continue to do that in the future.

Links:
Charity: https://thehumaneleague.com/

Animal Charity Evaluators evalution: https://animalcharityevaluators.org/charity-review/the-humane-league/

My cost-effectiveness estimate: https://forum.effectivealtruism.org/posts/L5EZjjXKdNgcm253H/corporate-campaigns-affect-9-to-120-years-of-chicken-life (in the video I cite a 65 years per dollar figure which is from a newer cost-effectiveness estimate that I'm unfortunately not allowed to share. But the results and limitations of the new estimate are similar the ones in the linked estimate that I did in 2019)

The Welfare Footprint Project research on egg-laying hens: https://welfarefootprint.org/research-projects/laying-hens/

The Welfare Footprint Project research on broilers:
https://welfarefootprint.org/broilers/

If you are curious how I interpreted the research of Welfare Footprint Project to say that broiler reforms avert roughly 50% of suffering, switch from conventional to cage-free averts 60% of suffering, and a switch from enriched to cage-free averts 36% of suffering, you can see my reasoning here https://forum.effectivealtruism.org/posts/kHdKWmTcS3FfcYAZj/eaa-is-relatively-overinvesting-in-corporate-welfare-reforms?commentId=cfQ2Dox9GktW6EMpn