Veal tethering will stop at Marcho Farms
Marcho Farms, one of
the largest US veal producers has announced that it will stop
tethering formula-fed veal calves so they
have space to
turn around, lie down and the ability to interact.
This company has already thousands of calves in this new program and
within a few years the rest of their farms will implement the
change. Wayne Marcho, company founder, said, "We are confident that
leading this change in production practices will help to dispel the
myths associated with veal."
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causes tremendous suffering to them, and to the mothers that cannot
take care of their young, as God designed them. The public opinion
has been crucial for the above change to take place, since caring,
compassionate consumers refuse to eat veal.
It is appalling;
however, that the veal industry still refers as “myths” to the very
real pain and suffering calves undergo. Hopefully, more veal
producers will follow Marcho Farm’s example to make the lives of
God’s calves a little less unbearable. A plant-based diet is still
the most powerful statement against the exploitation of farm