Pig Exploitation
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The Pig

Wishful Thinking


When people think about pigs, they think about the movie "Babe" or a cute little pig like Henry...


...or perhaps a pig like Sugarbear enjoying the pasture grass...


...or perhaps pigs like Oscar and Spanky who are free to wander out in the field to their favorite mud hole.

Reality

(Pig - Factory Farming - 24-a)  "Dead piles" are a constant presence in factory farms. While pigs are fed massive amounts of antibiotics to keep them alive in conditions that would otherwise kill them, hundreds of thousands succumb to the stress of violent mutilations and intensive confinement. Dead pigs are sent to rendering plants, where they are made into dog and cat food or into feed that will be given to pigs, chickens, and other farmed animals.

Photo from: People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA)
Editorial submitted by Mike Jaynes (see also Avoid Mass Confinement Factory Farming at all Costs)

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The calf photo in the masthead of these pages is from Farm Sanctuary with our thanks.

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This all creatures animal exploitation photo gallery is being presented to show the public the difference between the cute little animals we see in advertising and picture in our minds and the reality that exists in entertainment (circus, circuses, hunting, fishing, movie, movies, sport, sports, television, tv. TV), on farms (battery, beef, calf, calves, chicken, chickens, cow, cows, duck, ducks, dairy, egg, fish, eggs, geese, goose, lamb, lambs, pig, pigs, pork, sheep), and in a laboratory or laboratories, for medical research (cat, cats, dog, dogs, mice, monkey, monkeys, mouse, rabbit, rabbits, rat, rats, veal), photos, pictures (d-34)


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