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Corteva Fed Fungicide to Dogs âEUR" But ThatâEUR(TM)s Not All


Animals  (tags: AnimalCruelty, investigation, fungicides, dogs poisoned )

Beryl
- 103 days ago - panna.org
Last month, an undercover investigation by the Humane Society of the United States revealed that Corteva Agriscience had been force-feeding agricultural chemicals to three dozen beagles in a yearlong study on a fungicideâEUR(TM)s toxicity.



   

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Beryl L (78)
Monday April 8, 2019, 3:55 pm
The beagles were slated for euthanization at the completion of the study, after suffering for months. The dogs were kept in stainless steel cages and were force-fed the fungicide, Adavelt, up to four times daily.

Corteva’s response to the release of the Humane Society’s investigation and the disturbing images and videos that came with it was swift. The corporation noted it would stop the study and “make every effort to rehome the animals.”

Not fooling anyone
It’s unsurprising that Corteva was so quick to try to distance itself from these abhorrent animal-testing practices — after all, they just spent a great amount of time, effort and, no doubt, money on rebranding . . . because Corteva is the agricultural division of
DowDuPont.
 

Animae C (508)
Monday April 8, 2019, 4:00 pm
"The dogs are now in the care of the Michigan Humane Society where they are being evaluated and cared for before they will be released for adoption."

Thank goodness!!!
Thanx dear Beryl
 
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