Monday, June 25, 2018

Slaughterhouse fights state humane slaughtering violations


A Springfield slaughterhouse that prides itself on transparency is contesting three alleged violations of Vermont livestock handling laws following a case of improperly stunning a sheep last January.

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Video: 'Humane' sheep slaughter demonstration


2 comments :

  1. The main fact to keep in mind here is: Humans are finally waking up to the reality that it is unethical, illogical, barbaric and unintelligent to breed animals into existence to then imprison, rape, exploit, mutilate and murder them for human pleasures, comforts and profits. All slaughterhouses are unspeakable and their day has happily come to an end. Be on the right side of history and do not in any way support or endorse this or any slaughterhouse.

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  2. you know you people are so arrogant. dont force your views down our throats. you dont want to eat meat fine dont. but dont ever tell me what i can or cant. i have so had it with you and your kind. know it alls or over educated idiots. take your pick.

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