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there you are snook a nice inbred bird for you

 
Never heard of Save the Harvest group before... 

The very message our ANKC's are failing to get across..... our dogs have been doing the same for centuries 

Animals Play a Meaningful Role In Our Lives

 

 

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“Bravo has never given up on me – even when I’ve given up on myself. He always picks me up at my worst and brings me home to BraveHearts. We started our journey in 2013 when we competed in the Mustang Million horse training competition and, now, fast forward to this year. We rode 20 miles together through downtown New York City where he again carried me fearlessly on Trail to Zero, a ride to end veteran suicide. These horses are the answer for me and my brothers. Bravo is my lifesaver.”

- Michael Sullivan, Army Veteran, OIF/ OEF

BraveHearts is a PATH Accredited Therapeutic Riding Center with 2 locations in Illinois. In 2018 alone, they provided 28,238 sessions to 1,397 individuals including 834 veterans. Learn more about BraveHearts and their Trail To Zero Campaign that works to bring awareness veteran suicide using the links below.

https://www.youtube.com/watch…

https://braveheartsriding.org/

https://www.trailtozero.org/

If you would like to make a submission to our "Animals Play a Meaningful Role in Our Lives" initiative, here is the link for more info.
http://protecttheharvest.com/…/animals-play-a-meaningful-r…/

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
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asal   

Just keeps getting better and better.

 

 
16 May at 13:28 · 
 

No more pig dogs in the ACT.

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  • Lilly Sanders
    L S Lol so no more trips to the vet with your pet otherwise its a 16000 fine. Sorry fluffy that you have a broken leg, you will just have to suffer because i cannot afford to cause you stress 
     
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  • L S This will mean no pounds can operate legally either because that causes alot of stress on the animals kept in cages, just have to let them go free.
     
     
     
     
  • Rebecca Ipsen Hill
    R Is this actually real?
     
     
  • Deb Willett
    D W Courtesy of the rspca Bec 
     
     
    "It says an animal is sentient if "it is capable of being aware of its surroundings, its relationships with other animals and humans, and of sensations in its own body, including pain, hunger, heat or cold."
     
      Yet somehow a kangaroo isn't sentient?
    ah yes, cant let them in, they are to be culled.
     
     
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You really have no limits do you? It's disgraceful that you're posting the photo and name of someone with accusations based on complete hearsay. 

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1 hour ago, Snook said:

You really have no limits do you? It's disgraceful that you're posting the photo and name of someone with accusations based on complete hearsay. 

alleged hearsay

 

that actual breeder members might be interested to know, just in case their "new friend' looks remarkably like her.

 

come to think of it, anyone who tells a complete stranger how many dogs they have and their ages is asking for trouble anyway... that's also what thieves are looking to know too.

 

anyway, everyone needs to know they have to have fire extinguishers and an evacuation plan, complete with your vets name address and phone contact printed and placed in public view or your ass is grass now...

 

 

 

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Troy has to delete any 'name and shame' posts. It's in the guidelines. 

You'll get your thread deleted or be banned. 

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16 minutes ago, Powerlegs said:

Troy has to delete any 'name and shame' posts. It's in the guidelines. 

You'll get your thread deleted or be banned. 

I've reported it to Troy

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interesting post on ANKC Registered (Dog) Breeders Australia.

 

if you want to look up all of it. on facebook

 

 

 

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In case you missed it...Animal Rights Groups – Who They Really Are

National Animal Rights Conference

The 2018 Animal Rights Conference was held the weekend of June 28th – July 1st in Los Angeles, California. The event brought together animal rights extremists, vegans, and vegetarians from all walks of life to “expose animal abuses for food, research, amusement, fashion and more.” The event washosted by the lesser known animal rights group Farm Animal Rights Movement (FARM). 

The True Agenda of Animal Rights Organizations Exposed – It is Not About Animal Welfare

The groups attending the conference confessed that their movement is not about animal welfare, like they have led people to believe. It was made clear to attendees, that the true agenda is about ending animal industries and ownership. This was exemplified by a quote from the Animal Agriculture Alliance report  from The Save Movement says: 

"Animal rights is different from animal welfare. It's not about better cages; it's about empty cages”.

Hypocrisy on the Agenda

In addition to exposing their true goals of ending animal ownership and human-animal interaction, hypocrisy was also on their agenda. These groups claim to be fighting for the respect of animals, yet they do not treat other humans with respect. The animal rights industry is fraught with claims of sexual harassment. This is well evidenced by the recent resignation of past HSUS CEO , under the cloud of sexual harassment., former HSUS Vice President also resigned under similar accusations. Even the host organization of the National Animal Rights conference is marred, , of FARM has been accused of turning a cold shoulder to sexual harassment claims within his own organization. 

Conference Attendees

We outline “people to watch” in the paragraphs below because it is important to become familiar with who is representing each organization that attended the conference. We also make sure to note which people have been previously associated with other animal rights groups. As people move between the different organizations it allows their message to solidify and become more and more extreme. We have previously shared the Animal Agriculture Alliance’s “Activist Web” which can be found on our website or theirs, it shows just how closely tied all of the animal rights and environmental groups truly are
 
 

Other Groups in Attendance

Besides the more “notable” groups that we highlighted above, there were 100 other animal rights groups in attendance at the conference. Some include: The Humane League, The Good Food Institute, The Save Movement, and Vegan Outreach. These groups are working toward similar goals, but each may have a specific cause that it is more closely tied – for example animals used in research, ending animal agriculture or working on animal rights internationally.

Conference Theme – Animal Liberation

The Animal Agriculture Alliance report states that the main theme of the conference was “Animal Liberation” rather than animal welfare. Simone Reyes of Social Compassion praised the Direct Action Everywhere raid on farmers in Northern California saying, "Our movement must adopt all avenues, the methodical and radical." This quote exemplifies the thought process that overlooks the animal’s actual well-being over the action of “freeing” them.

Resources:
1. Animal Agriculture Alliance report on 2018 National Animal Rights Conference

 
 
 
 
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Interesting radio interview

 

 

http://www.faithfulradio.com/_Media/brain-edward-telephone.mp3?fbclid=IwAR10kK52fjNWIgDkz0h3TH2E0YOeh0FizBmzZnTHKLYNviW14w0ctwkXTks

 

 

Please share this interview with the #animalwelfarecommunity 
Here the written account of everything with evidence & exhibitions added.


If you have any questions about all presented feel free to ask as we've nothing to hide but have plenty to state that addressing & fixing. Hopefully this should open some ears & eye's to help this along.
 

 

 
 
 
Remarkable, usually the media dont want to know...............
 
 
in any way or form.... yet this lady interviewer seems to know of many more instances and said she she going to air more?
 
 
 

 

 

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asal   

Not sure if any here have seen the headlines... 

 

interesting letter now doing the rounds of facebook

 

Coalition For the Protection of Racehorses - ExposedLike Page

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AN OPEN LETTER TO PETA

Dear PETA Australia,

Congratulations on hitting the headlines again with your most recent social media beat up about a "half-brother" of Winx being slaughtered for meat in South Korea. It must have been exciting to see so many media outlets running the story without question, despite your organisations long history of false claims, media manipulation and tacky stunts.

Writing a letter to the author of the Winx biography was pure marketing genius, and a fantastic example of your organisations dedicated and determined focus on seeking attention, not for the animals, but for yourselves. We were particularly impressed with the deception of the claim "the slaughter of 3,000 Australian horses and their offspring in South Korea", despite only 158 horses being exported from Australia in the last 5 years, and only 12 of these confirmed to have been killed. Counting breeding horses from Australia since 1970 and their offspring, and their offspring's offspring all born in South Korea down the line was a great way to produce a massively misleading statistic.

We are also impressed with the claim on your website that "few racehorses are retired to pastures", despite several independent studies showing there are well over 100,000 ex-racehorses in Australia and they are the most common domestic breed.

We have to admire your dedicated team of publicity seeking attention activists. There is no doubt that you have managed to make PETA the leading professional trolling organisation in the world. Those fake news, election manipulating Russians must be very, very jealous indeed.

There are just so many examples of your magnificent work it is hard to pick a favourite. The bloodied fake rubber lambs in videos, campaigning to ban petting zoos, suggesting that the band Hunters and Collectors change their name, or that we change animal sayings, or attacking the deceased Steve Irwin, there is truly nothing PETA won't say or do to get a reaction or publicity for themselves. It is great that you don't allow credibility to get in the way of self promotion, and you are truly world leaders in how to turn social media trolling into a lucrative and profitable business model.

So thank you PETA. Without you, where would we turn to for gimmicks and internet stunts. Lazy journalists the world over thank you for raising "awareness" of yourselves.

Just one thing though. Remember us animals? There is a drought on and we can't eat social media likes. Awareness doesn't keep us warm. So, just wondering, any chance we could see some of the $1.8 million in donation revenue you received last year? Maybe you could spare part of that $1 million spent on mail outs for a bale of hay? Or the $350,000 spent on consultancy? The term "animal welfare" seems to be strangely missing from your expenditure list and us animals are getting very confused.

Kind regards
The Animals

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I remember when it was disclosed the video of the cattle abuse that animals Australia used to shut down the entire cattle export industry that sent so many farmers bankrupt was found to have been doctored.... the actual ear-tags of the cattle, proving they were Australian were tags from cattle who had actually been slaughtered a week before at another entirely different Australian MLA accredited place, to date no one had been charged.....

 

 

No idea where this happened but I suspect happens FAR more often than those baying for the end of dairy's etc would have a clue.

 

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I debated commenting about the Fair Oaks Farms abuse video... Unless you have been living under a rock, you've seen posts or heard people talking about the absolutely horrible animal abuse video that was released from Fair Oaks last week. You've noticed that Fairlife milk has been pulled from some of your favorite grocery stores. Some of you have even watched the video.

This whole situation has been a punch in the gut for dairy farmers everywhere. And I needed to say something. Farmers can't just sit quiet and take this.

Just like many farms (and businesses in every industry), we hire employees. We do our very best to ensure that we are hiring the best people we can - people who we can trust to care for our animals and our land with the utmost care. Like we would do if we could do it all ourselves. We hire people who have strong work ethic. People who are calm and patient around animals. People who are kind and will work well with others. We hire these people and we train them. We try to instill our values in them and give them all the support and tools they need to do a good job.

But at some point, we can't stand over their shoulders anymore. At some point, we have to trust that they are the right people for the job and that our animals and our land are safe in their care. At some point we have to believe that people are (mostly) good and we have to let them do their job.

But sometimes, people are not good. Sometimes people suck.

The people in the video from Fair Oaks REALLY suck.

And make no mistake - there are sucky people in every industry. Not just in dairy farming. There are bad people working in daycares. There are bad teachers working in our schools. There are bad people working in nursing homes. There are bad priests and bad doctors and bad mechanics.

But just like we wouldn't condemn an entire hospital for the actions of a bad doctor on staff, or an entire school for the bad decisions of a teacher, we can't condemn an entire dairy industry (or even an entire farm) for the actions of bad employees.

And this situation is even more crooked than that - the activists who are supposedly so concerned about the welfare of animals participated in this abuse, filmed it, and then sat on the video until (coincidentally - or not...) June Dairy Month. 1f615.png?_nc_eui2=AeE8LP63PSFcXOG8OBURK:/

What they don't tell you is that other employees at Fair Oaks Farms reported these employees for abuse MONTHS ago and the employees were terminated immediately - long before anyone knew anything about the video.

Animals should not be abused - ever - and I hope that those responsible for the mistreatment of the animals in the video are prosecuted.

But please do not think that that video is representative of dairy farms everywhere - or even of THAT dairy farm. This was a calculated attack by bad people.

There have been several well-written responses to this video online, and I've linked you up to a few of them. Please take a few minutes to read/watch them if you have any questions about the video or the fallout or what happens next.

In the meantime, our family stands with Fair Oaks and we will continue buying Fairlife milk and other dairy products and supporting dairy farmers everywhere. We will not let the activists win.

▪️Initial response from Fair Oaks Farms:
https://www.facebook.com/FOFarms/posts/10156818467445971…

▪️Post by Dairy Carrie about hiring employees and the need for trust:
https://www.facebook.com/…/a.52303688439…/2462210663809631/…

▪️Farm Babe's take on animal activists:
https://www.facebook.com/IowaFarmBabe/videos/466978137453252/

▪️Post from My Other More Exciting Self - highlighting the "other side" of the story:
http://www.myothermoreexcitingself.com/…/the-fair-oaks-fa…/…

▪️ Message from Dr. Mike McCloskey regarding changes being made at Fair Oaks Farms: 
https://www.facebook.com/…/UzpfSTI1MzQxOTMyMTM1NTQ1NDoyNDY…/

 
 
 
 
 
 
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M M C I read up on it when this first came out and it’s very sad for the farm. From what I read, the employees were actually undercover to find some abuse. When there wasn’t any after a long period of time, they made their own abuse to film.

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