National Geographic Wild recently debuted a new TV docuseries called “The Hatcher Family Dairy” about life on a Tennessee dairy farm that has been exploiting cows for 175 years. Read READ ON
Ben & Jerry’s seems to be missing the point. They are the third largest ice cream producer in the U.S. and are owned by corporate giant Unilever, with an already READ ON
As a member of the “Youtube-TikTok” generation, I have one message for the dairy industry: It’s too little, too late.
Please join us in demanding that the Committee take action to ensure the improved health of all Americans by removing dairy as a food group from the upcoming dietary guidelines. READ ON
“Predictable, inevitable, preventable.” Those are the words of Wendy Orent, an anthropologist specializing in health and pandemics, in describing the Novel Coronavirus outbreak.
The fact that Hall characterized Phoenix’s speech as a “galling juxtaposition” reveals her bigotry toward the other persons with whom we share this planet.
The Animal Recovery Mission (ARM) recently released the first ever investigation into an organic dairy in the United States and the third installment of the largest dairy investigation of all READ ON
Chicago, IL – Free From Harm, in cooperation with Mothers Against Dairy, organizes the third in a series of rallies in response to the animal abuse cases at Fair Oaks READ ON
My hearts hurts for the forgotten, abandoned, and lonely animals that I witnessed on this “family dairy farm,” whose suffering is pushed out of sight, hidden behind the complacent shrug READ ON
Former slaughter-free dairy farmer and cheesemaker Andrea Davis had a change of heart after recognizing that her work, like all dairy farming, depended on bringing more and more babies into the READ ON
In retrospect, having been fooled by the allure of humanely slaughtered meat, I see the great irony of this labeling ploy. Marketers have to work harder to desensitize people who READ ON
“As a child, I have witnessed the cruel separation of mother and calf over and over again, and was told that it was normal and necessary. This couldn’t be further READ ON
“Before, I denied that I liked them. There was no other way. I wanted to earn a living. And now they are more like comrades. You are happy, you talk, READ ON
“Cow’s milk IS baby calf growth fluid. No matter what you do to it, that is what the stuff is. Everything in that white liquid – the hormones, the lipids, READ ON
“Lyman recalls the difficult moment he discovered that he could no longer turn away from the question of killing animals we have no need to harm at all: “Not, ‘Am READ ON
“there is now a very clear distinction between humane and inhumane farming. Humane farming is cultivating a plant-based diet. Inhumane farming is breeding any sentient being for production and consumption.” READ ON
“We have always treated our animals with love and gentleness. Anybody who visits the farm can see that. But being a dairy farm at all is still adding to the READ ON
“I have often heard the word “humane” used in relation to meat, dairy, eggs, and other products… I have always found this curious, because my understanding is that humane means READ ON
I looked beside me on the highway and there was a tractor trailer hauling pigs to Quebec. That was the day I made the connection. I looked these poor animals READ ON
To make a long story short, I used to be a very bad person. A terrible person. And I think that I still am, even to this day. Anything that READ ON