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October 01, 2009


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Truly inspiring... Farm Sanctuary was a huge reason why I finally went from vegetarian to full vegan. Keep it up!!! :)

I am a Vegan. I would NEVER eat or hurt any animal. I love them so much. God Bless everyone at F.S. for what you do & the awareness you raise. God is smiling on you & the animals. Love & Light. ~Jayne Rossi, Trenton, NJ

Thank you so much for these articles! I was crying a few minutes ago after watching the latest undercover videos captured by the Humane Society at the factory farm/supplier of Walmart, and even though I have become Vegan, myself, I felt so sad for the animals and just hopeless that our lawmakers and leaders aren't stopping this!

These articles put a hopeful smile back on my face. Thank you! I have started a petition on if you would like to sign and share: I look forward to continuing to fight this fight alongside fellow activists like yourselves. :o)


Tammy Lacy

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Gene grew up in Hollywood, California and worked in commercials for McDonald's and other fast food restaurants. He adopted a vegan lifestyle in 1985, and today, he campaigns to raise awareness about the negative consequences of industrialized factory farming and our cheap food system. He lives in Washington, DC and is the co-founder and president of Farm Sanctuary. Read more.

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