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02/12/2010

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A little while ago here in Australia 60 minutes did an expose on sow stalls and pig factory farming. Sales of pork did drop before Christmas (after the TV show was aired).

I wonder whether the people who saw this show have put it to the back of their minds already, as I am sure many of them still buy factory farmed meat etc.

I am TRULY sick and tired of watching these animals live lives full of suffering and cruel deaths plus having to pay for all of this with my tax dollars. The time has come for people to stand up, demand no more ag. subsidies and no more horrific factories anywhere!

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