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Eating Animals: Myths and Realities

Janice Stanger, PhD | November 27, 2016

In Farm to Fable, Robert Grillo Uncovers Dangerous Marketing Fantasies Farm to Fable is an eye-opening book that answers the question: Why do people...

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Shocking abuse of New Zealand dairy calves

Jess Parsons | November 30, 2015

Shocking footage, as published on TV. And further unaired footage, from Farmwatch. Of course, it's only shocking if you haven't been paying attention....

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The Ultimate Betrayal Investigates Happy Meat

Janice Stanger, PhD | April 11, 2015

Hope Bohanec Exposes the Reality Behind Feel-Good Meat Labels Is there any way in which "humane" meat, dairy, or eggs are better - for...

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Bee my Valentine

Jess Parsons | February 14, 2015

(Don't bee shy, the camera loves ya!) This post will be short and sweet, like its main characters. But it won't bee a...

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Bestiality vs animal husbandry: a roleplaying game

Jess Parsons | July 3, 2014

Apparently New Zealand farmers would like cows to get pregnant earlier and more easily. (Warning: this post is not graphic but discusses sensitive...

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A Tale of Two Leaping Animals

Christie Mitchell Beck MD OB-GYN | July 2, 2014

It has officially been a year since I've purchased shoes made with leather. I didn't really mean for it to happen, but it...

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I Am the Vegan Activist (poem)

Dr. Will Tuttle | December 24, 2013

  I am the Vegan Activist I am the vegan activist, My heart filled with the wish to relieve the hideous suffering Mysteriously inflicted...

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Grass-Fed, Humanely Slaughtered Meat

Sarah Taylor | December 1, 2013

It seems to me that Americans are waking up at a faster and faster rate.  The idea that the vegan diet is just for...

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When Others Just Don't Get It

Sarah Taylor | November 14, 2013

I gave a speech at a conference once that was mainly composed of vegetarians and vegans.  A woman approached me afterward; she was very...

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