The living conditions for the animals in Manor Farm are horrid. The owner, Mr. Jones, is a drunk and is always forgetting to put the food out for the animals. If the animals try to do anything Jones hurts them.
The main conflict of Animal Farm is how the pigs treat the common animals when they have power. The pigs use their ability to read and write to spread propaganda and use the animals for manual labor. They also take all the food and supplies for themselves, leaving the rest of the animals nothing.
The animals manage to run the humans out of the farm. Napolean and Snowball instantly take charge of everything but are constantly conflicting with each other. They manage to agree on making seven commandments all the animals have to follow.
From now on pigs and humans are companions, no longer enemies. Cheers!
Napolean chases Snowball out with his dogs that he raised since they were puppies. All the animals are in shock but eventually, become completely loyal and abiding by Napolean with a push from the dogs.
My goodness, Napolean!
WOOF! BARK! ARGH!BARK!GRRR!
The common animals are living in even worse conditions than with Mr. Jones. The pigs are doing no labor, but instead, are living in a lavish house with plenty of food and alcohol. At this point, almost all of the seven commandments are changed. Squealer still manages to justify Napolean's actions to the animals.
Comrades, Comrades! Leader Napolean knows what is best for and this farm, if only you knew how to read...
By the end of the book, there is no difference between human and pig. The pigs even treat their animals worse than other farms and are praised for it by their new found "friends".