SOURCE SUITE SUR PAGE SIGNATURE
POUR LIBERER LES VEAUX DES CAGES, MAIS AUSSI LES COCHONS ET LES POULES
SUR LA PHOTO CE SONT LES VEAUX RETIRES A LEUR MERE DES LA NAISSANCE
PRODUCTION DE LAIT
BOYCOT DES PRODUITS LAITIERS SI POSSIBLE.. LAIT, YOGHOUTS FACILES A REMPLACER PAR LE SOJA ET LAITS VEGETAUX
FROMAGES AUSSI SELON L' OFFRE.. LES GLACES OPTION SOJA TROP RARE MAIS ON PEUT S' EN PASSER..
Seven years ago, the Michigan legislature became the first in the
nation to pass a law phasing out the most extreme methods of confinement
of calves, pigs and egg-laying hens in inhumane veal crates, gestation
crates and battery cages. The law stipulated a lengthy 10-year phase out
process that was part of the agreed-upon compromise between all parties
in order to enact the law.
Now, the agribusiness lobby is trying to extend the time
frame for the phase out of battery cages by an additional five long
years, without consent from the other parties.
Unilaterally attempting to circumvent a previous multi-stakeholder
agreement erodes trust in the legislative process and discourages
stakeholders from working to achieve common ground. Ten years is plenty
of time to phase out the practice of confining Michigan’s egg-laying
hens in cages so small they can’t even extend their wings. HB 5987 would unnecessarily extend their suffering -- these animals need your help.