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  • MaryFinelli@Comcast.net
    FARMED ANIMAL WATCH http://www.FarmedAnimal.net OBJECTIVE INFORMATION FOR THE THINKING ADVOCATE Sponsored by Animal Place, Animal Welfare Institute, Animal
    Message 1 of 52 , Dec 31, 2008
      FARMED ANIMAL WATCH
      http://www.FarmedAnimal.net
      OBJECTIVE INFORMATION FOR THE THINKING ADVOCATE

      Sponsored by Animal Place, Animal Welfare Institute, Animal WelfareTrust,
      Farm Sanctuary, Glaser Progress Foundation, the Humane Society of the United
      States, and People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals.
       
       
      December 31, 2008 -- Number 31, Volume 8
       
      Table of Contents:
      1.  VIEWPOINTS ON VILSACK
      2.  ON RENAMING THE USDA
      3.  SENTIMENTS ON SALAZAR
      4.  NMA & AMI SUE TO BLOCK CALIFORNIA SLAUGHTER BAN
      5.  HORMEL ANNOUNCES CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS
      6.  GRANDIN ON HANDLING, ABUSE AND TRANSPARENCY
      7.  AUCTION CHARGED FOR SHOT COW LEFT TO DIE



      Farmed Animal Watch is a free weekly electronic news digest of information concerning farmed animal issues gleaned from an array of academic, industry, advocacy and mainstream media sources.
       
      Previous issues can be accessed at: http://www.farmedanimal.net/archives.htm   
      The current issue is only available to subscribers. For a free subscription, please visit: http://www.farmedanimal.net/signup.htm






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    • MaryFinelli@Comcast.net
      FARMED ANIMAL WATCH http://www.FarmedAnimal.net OBJECTIVE INFORMATION FOR THE THINKING ADVOCATE Sponsored by Animal Place, Animal Welfare Institute, Animal
      Message 52 of 52 , Apr 9, 2009
        FARMED ANIMAL WATCH
        http://www.FarmedAnimal.net
        OBJECTIVE INFORMATION FOR THE THINKING ADVOCATE

        Sponsored by Animal Place, Animal Welfare Institute, Animal Welfare Trust, Farm Sanctuary, Glaser Progress Foundation, the Humane Society of the United States, and People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals. 
         

        March 18, 2009; Number 5, Volume 9

        1.  ABUSE ALLEGED AT NEW ENGLAND'S LARGEST EGG FARM
        2.  INEFFECTIVE AUDITS?
        3.  LIVE PIGS SCALDED AT SWEDISH SLAUGHTERPLANTS
        4.  LARGEST W. AUSTALIAN PIG COMPANY CHARGED WITH CRUELTY
        5.  600 PIGS DIE IN FIRE
        6.  FEED BAN DELAY, BODY DISPOSAL CONCERNS
        7.  FARM SUBSIDY REFORM FAILS
        8.  USDA BUYS MORE MEAT AND DAIRY PRODUCTS



        Farmed Animal Watch is a free weekly electronic news digest of information concerning farmed animal issues gleaned from an array of academic, industry, advocacy and mainstream media sources.

        Previous issues can be accessed at: http://www.farmedanimal.net/archives.htm      
        The current issue is only available to subscribers. For a free subscription, please visit: http://www.farmedanimal.net/signup.htm






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