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Things That Go Moo in the Night

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  • Robert Cohen
    Things That Go Moo in the Night http://www.notmilk.com/hugerecall.html Over three million dairy cows are sent to U.S. slaughterhouses each year. Imagine for a
    Message 1 of 2 , Jul 1, 2003
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      Things That Go Moo in the Night

      http://www.notmilk.com/hugerecall.html

      Over three million dairy cows are sent to U.S. slaughterhouses
      each year. Imagine for a moment each creature's experience.
      She is loaded onto a crowded truck, packed in tightly with
      other cows. She is then driven many miles in the middle of the
      night to her death. Some animals do not make it that far.
      They cry. They scream. They die of fear. Some feeeze to death.
      Those unlucky enough to survive the trip are roughly unloaded
      from the truck, and are prodded with electrical devices of
      torture to go up a ramp to their final fate. Stun gun, sharp
      knife to the throat, meat hook; some remain conscious as the
      blood still drains from the wounds in their necks while they
      are hoisted uside down by chains. Those who regain consiciousness
      to feel pain react by kicking wildly, and are rewarded by having
      their thrashing legs removed by men with chainsaws. The adrenaline
      permeates their flesh.

      A used up dairy cow is culled from her herd and sent to
      the slaughterhouse when she is no longer profitable to the
      dairy farmer. Often times, disease has ravished her stressed
      body. Tumors grow. Leukemia or tuberculosis or bovine AIDS
      overwhelms her immune system.

      Three times per day milking dissolves bones from within.
      Nearly one-hundred percent of cows end their lives this way.
      They are given no respect as living, feeling creatures. Ear
      tags merely identify cows as numbered agricultural units.

      Each living animal is skinned, gutted, and beheaded. The
      sum total of her life is now referred to as meat. She is
      cut up into halves, then quartered, then portioned.

      During the month of March, 2003, one-thousand special cows were
      cut up into steaks and the meat was stored in freezers. These
      animals are special because of what happened to them on Saturday,
      June 29, 2003. Stampede Meat Company of Chicago recalled the body
      parts of these 1,000 processed creatures, and have been directed
      by the United States Department of Agriculture to destroy the meat.

      One of the great ironies is that much of the meat has already
      been distributed to restaurants and supermarkets in Canada.
      We banned Canadian meat for fear of Mad Cow Disease, and then
      shipped our Northern neignbors our potentially lethal meat
      tainted with E. coli.

      The recall (you may have to cut and paste this link into
      your browser):

      <http://story.news.yahoo.com/news?
      tmpl=story&u=/nm/20030629/ts_nm/food_recal
      l_dc_1>

      You may call Stampede's toll-free number with your comments:

      1-800-353-0933.

      A herd of 1,000 discarded cows lived to die so that their
      universal statement could be heard:

      Our flesh is tainted. We lived to serve you so that
      our diseased flesh could recycled into your bodies.

      Robert Cohen
      http://www.notmilk.com
    • Robert
      Things That Go Moo in the Night Justice is revenge. - Saad Hariri Over three million dairy cows are sent to U.S. slaughterhouses each year. Imagine for a
      Message 2 of 2 , Aug 8, 2012
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        Things That Go Moo in the Night

        "Justice is revenge."
        - Saad Hariri

        Over three million dairy cows are sent to U.S.
        slaughterhouses each year. Imagine for a moment
        each creature's experience.

        She is loaded onto a crowded truck, packed in
        tightly with other cows. She is then driven many
        miles in the middle of the night to her death.
        Some animals do not make it that far.

        They cry. They scream. They die of fear. Some
        feeeze to death. Those unlucky enough to survive
        the trip are roughly unloaded from the truck and
        then are prodded with electrical devices of torture
        to go up a ramp to their final fate. Stun gun,
        sharp knife to the throat, meat hook; some remain
        conscious as the blood still drains from the wounds
        in their necks while they are hoisted uside down
        by chains. Those who regain consiciousness to feel
        pain react by kicking wildly, and are rewarded by
        having their thrashing legs removed by men with
        chainsaws. The adrenaline permeates their flesh.

        A used up dairy cow is culled from her herd and
        sent to the slaughterhouse when she is no longer
        profitable to the dairy farmer. Often times,
        disease has ravished her stressed body. Tumors
        grow. Leukemia or tuberculosis or bovine AIDS
        overwhelms her immune system.

        Three times per day milking dissolves bones from
        within. Virtually one-hundred percent of cows end
        their lives this way. They are given no respect
        as living, feeling creatures. Ear tags identify
        sentient cows as numbered agricultural units.

        Each living animal is skinned, gutted, and beheaded.
        The sum total of her life is now referred to as meat.
        She is cut up into halves, then quartered, then
        portioned.

        Their flesh is tainted. They lived to serve man so
        that their revenge becomes diseased flesh recycled
        into human bodies.

        Robert Cohen
        http://www.notmilk.com
        http://www.Twitter.com/TheRealNotmilk
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