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How to stop some of the farm animal abuse on factory farms

By Gary Bogue
Wednesday, September 17th, 2008 at 5:37 am in Factory Farms, Farm Animals, Pigs.

One way to help stop some of the abuse of pigs and other farm animals on commercial factory farms in California is to vote YES on Prop 2 in November.

Prop 2 would prevent the cruel and inhumane confinement of calves raised for veal, breeding pigs, and egg-laying hens kept in crates and cages so small they cannot lie down, turn around, or extend their limbs.

Find out more about Prop 2 at

Thanks for caring! /Gary

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One Response to “How to stop some of the farm animal abuse on factory farms”

  1. Janice Says:

    I think some of it is a good idea but this will pass on the cost to the consumer. Have you seen what a welfare mom has to pay for a gallon of milk and carton of eggs? Can our government afford more feel-good legislation at what cost to its people?

    What safeguards are in place for this. What safeguards do the promoters of Prop 2 have in place? Nothing that I have seen. This is just feel good legislation from the drafting tables of people who do not raise animals.

    Those of us who can afford it, can raise our own food, buy our own land and ensure only the best. To assume that those who do grow food for the population can foot the bill, is worse than close minded. King of Id anyone?

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