I'm going to upgrade my doona while the mid-year sales are on, and I was looking at a very nice, comfy goose-down doona. On the packaging it says the down is collected from free-ranging geese, but on closer inspection it's all made in China. Which makes me suspicious of the "free range" claim. The problem is, there's simply no way to find out what conditions the geese and ducks are kept in. I'm guessing the down is a by-product from Chinese meat processors, most of which are battery farms with appalling conditions. No way will I sleep soundly knowing where the down that's keeping me snug and warm came from. I contacted the distributors of the Dana Dream brand, and they couldn't tell me. I'm contacting another brand, Downia, next week. I'll also ask the RSPCA, but considering that the last person I spoke to there didn't know about bear farming in China, I won't be holding my breath.