DES FOLIES COMMISES AU NOM DE L' EXPÉRIMENTATION
DES VACHES MONTÉES PAR 6 TAUREAUX......
............DES COCHONS DONT ON TESTE L'APPÉTIT PAR GROSSE CHALEUR DANS DES SAUNAS
LES FONDS NE MANQUENT PAS, LES IDÉES NAUSÉABONDES NON PLUS
LE BIG BUSINESS DE L' INDUSTRIE ""VIANDES A N'IMPORTE QUEL PRIX"" PROFITE GRASSEMENT....
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What do you call leaving dozens of starving lambs to die in a
hailstorm, locking pigs in steam chambers to test their appetite at high
temperatures, or subjecting a cow to such an hours-long breeding by as
many as six bulls that it kills her? Your tax dollars at work!
That’s right. In a sweeping exposé published on the front page of The New York Times this
week, journalist Michael Moss homes in on a little-known backwater that
operates within the sprawling bureaucracy of the U.S. Department of
Agriculture: the U.S. Meat Animal Research Center in Clay Center,
It would certainly seem that a place that uses “meat animal” in its name
could hardly be expected to be a haven for animals. But the experiments
being conducted with an annual budget of more than $22 million in
taxpayer money and little to no oversight by the USDA are truly shocking
for their brutality—and all in the name of increasing profits for the
American meat industry.