FAIRR publishes a wide range of research, analysis, benchmarking tools and best practice materials to help investors understand and manage the risks and opportunities associated with intensive animal agriculture.

Company universe

We currently cover 107 companies throughout our research and engagements.

Latest reports

Our research helps the capital markets understand material ESG issues linked to the livestock production and aquaculture industries, assessing where new investment opportunities may arise.

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Growing global demand for meat and dairy products continues to place unsustainable burdens on our planet’s limited resources. Animal agriculture is linked to nearly…

27th Jan 2020 | matthewwells

The Coller FAIRR Protein Producer Index

The world’s first comprehensive assessment of the largest global animal protein companies on critical environmental, social and governance issues

60 %

of Index companies fail to achieve basic management thresholds across critical sustainability risks.

77 %

of companies, worth $240 billion, are ranked ‘high risk’ on antibiotics management.

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Index companies currently account for the alternative proteins sector.

Good practice

Find out how leading global investors are factoring intensive farming issues into their investment processes.

Case Study

ACTIAM is a responsible fund and asset manager based in the Netherlands, with €52 billion in assets under management. They were one of the…

1st May 2019 |


Becoming an investor member of FAIRR puts you at the heart of a global network of investors seeking to understand and manage issues linked to intensive livestock production.

Why join?

  • Access to new research and analysis on the potential material impacts of factory farming.
  • Regular updates, presentations, newsletters and private events.
  • The opportunity to join collaborative engagements with relevant companies (investor members only).
  • Access to best practice tools, networking and knowledge sharing with the FAIRR investor network.
  • Showing a public commitment to considering factory farming issues as part of the investment process.