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Thank you for the post, Jan and Anneke.
Me too, up to date
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Is the FDA Trying to Destroy the Pastured Egg Industry? ACTION ALERT!
Gina - 6 hours ago - anh-usa.org
Animal Place Documentary About the Largest Rescue of Egg-laying Hens in California History
United Poultry Concerns - http://www.UPC-online.org/
25 February 2013
Animal Place Documentary About the Largest
Rescue of Egg-laying Hens in California History
United Poultry Concerns is pleased to post TURLOCK, a feature-length
documentary about the largest rescue of egg-laying hens in California history.
4,100 hens were rescued by ANIMAL PLACE farmed animal sanctuary last February
2012. Here is their story. Please watch this film and share it with everyone you
Noted and signed current Monika :-0 Thank-You Everyone Involved:-0 23/2
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Require Higher Inspection Standards On California Egg Farms ! PLEASE SIGN ! !
Cher- 1 hour ago - thepetitionsite.com
Don't Be Chicken! Stand Up for Safety in Egg-Production Facilities -PLEASE SIGN!!!
Julie- 4 hours ago - takepart.com
Noted and signed current Nyack and Cher :-0 Thank-You Everyone Involved with this Thread 13/1
Noted and signed current Monika :-0 Thank-You Everyone :-0 11/1
Choose Cage-Free Eggs and Give Our Feathered Friends a Better Life ! PLEASE SIGN ! !
Cher- 1 day ago - choosecagefree.org
Noted and signed current Monika :-0 Thank-You Everyone on this Thread :-0 Thnx for the Egg Industry News 20/12
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Thanks you Monika
Noted and signed current Monika Thank-You Everyone 9/12
done. thank you, monika.
I know dear Naomi , your warm heart was speaking. This world would be so much better as animals wouldn't suffer for meat , fur and entertainment.
All things that we do not need from animals.
But the futures that people understand that we need animals only to love them , to enjoy that they are our companions in this world is , I'm afraid , still far away.
i know, dear lenicka. sorry, i was just conveying my anger.
Yes Naomi , NO meat is the best.
But it is not a reality on this moment , so it is better that the animals are better treated before they are murdered.
signed. cruelty-free meat? how about NO meat?
thanks dear Barbara and Lenicka for supporting this petition!
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Thanks Monika !
Very good !
November 29, 2012 18:11
" Massive egg producer Kreider Farms in PA promotes itself as one reminiscent of its Dutch heritage"
What nonsense, the egg industry is practically invented in the Netherlands in the sixties last century.
I SO agree with you Naomi - brief, to the point and a perfect solution.
the bastard should be pecked to death. signed.
Please Sign: Tell Kreider Farms to Stop Lying About Its Egg Producing Methods
Susan- 4 hours ago - thepetitionsite.com
Thank you Monika
done, monika. thanks, dear.
signed. thank you, dear.
October 31, 2012 16:10
Thank you Monika
This is so horrible what they do with the male chicks, they are all sentient beings....they have the right to live, too !
Thanks for signing dear June, Naomi and Ellen !
Agree with Naomi, the pics are beautiful ! I love chicken, I have a special bond with them...
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beautiful pics, june! all signed, monika. thank you.
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Thanks Maria Noted and signed and posted to FB page. I am so happy To be a vegan when I read sarticles like this it makes my stomach churn.
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- 4 days ago - thepetitionsite.com
The 280 million chickens used each year for their eggs, called "laying hens" by the industry, endure a nightmare that lasts for two years.
At just a few days old, a large portion of each hen's beak is cut off with a burning-hot blade, and no painkillers are used. Many birds, unable to eat because of the pain, die from dehydration and weakened immune systems.
After enduring these mutilations, hens are shoved into tiny wire "battery" cages, which measure roughly 18 by 20 inches and hold five to 11 hens, each of whom has a wingspan of 32 inches. Even in the best-case scenario, each hen will spend the rest of her life crowded in a space about the size of a file drawer with four other hens, unable to lift even a single wing.
The birds are crammed so closely together that these normally clean animals are forced to urinate and defecate on one another. The stench of ammonia and feces hangs heavy in the air, and disease runs rampant in the filthy, cramped sheds. Many birds die, and survivors are often forced to live with their dead and dying cagemates, who are sometimes left to rot.
The light in the sheds is constantly manipulated in order to maximize egg production. Periodically, for two weeks at a time, the hens are only fed reduced-calorie feed. This process induces an extra laying cycle.
Male chicks are worthless to the egg industry, so every year millions of them are tossed into trash bags to suffocate or are thrown into high-speed grinders called "macerators" while they are still alive.After two years in these conditions, the hens' bodies are exhausted, and their egg production drops. These "spent" hens are shipped to slaughterhouses, where their fragile legs are forced into shackles and their throats are cut. By the time they are sent to slaughter, roughly 29 percent of the hens are suffering from broken bones resulting from neglect and rough treatment. Their emaciated bodies are so damaged that their flesh can generally be used only for chicken noodle soup, companion animal food, or "canned, boned, and diced" meat.