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MessageSujet: chicken   Sam 16 Fév - 7:30

february the 15 , 2013

Hurray! Council Chucks Cruel Chicken Factory Plans

We're clucking for joy this week, thanks to you and almost 5,000 other PETA supporters who wrote to Shropshire Council members and asked them to stop a proposed intensive broiler chicken production facility.

The factory farm would have condemned 330,000 birds to a life of misery, and this fantastic result shows that your objections were heard.

You can read about your victory on the blog, but more animals in Shropshire need your help. New plans have been submitted that would condemn 150,000 birds and more than 300 sheep to a life of misery and suffering. Will you help?

We need to take action now. Please urge Shropshire Council to reject this application for another intensive factory farm in Shropshire:

http://action.peta.org.uk/ea-action/action?ea.client.id=5&ea.campaign.id=18086
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MessageSujet: Re: chicken   Sam 16 Fév - 7:31

february the 16th 2013

Hurray! Council Chucks Cruel Chicken Factory Plans

Chickens – and PETA supporters – are clucking for joy this week at the news that Shropshire Council has refused planning permission for a proposed intensive broiler chicken production facility that would have condemned 330,000 birds to a life of misery. Almost 5,000 PETA supporters wrote to the council to ask them to stop this cruel factory farm unit from being built – and this fantastic result shows that your objections were heard. Broiler facilities like the one proposed by Harrison Farms, which rear chickens for meat, force tens of thousands of birds to live crammed together in sheds and are dosed with antibiotics and bred to grow so unnaturally fast and large that they often cannot support their own weight and sometimes experience organ failure. The animals are killed as soon as they reach “slaughter weight” – sometimes when they are only 42 days old. Thank you all for your support, and congratulations to the council for making the compassionate decision to protect animals. Fingers crossed that the council will exercise similar good judgement with other applications for cruel factory farm facilities in Shropshire. If you want to be a part of future victories like this one, please sign up for our Action Team – we’ll keep you updated about ways to help animals.

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MessageSujet: Re: chicken   Mar 12 Mar - 10:02

march 8th 2013

Hurray! Council Chucks Cruel Chicken Factory Plans
Posted by PETA UK at 10:31 AM Permalink Comments (16)


Chickens – and PETA supporters – are clucking for joy this week at the news that Shropshire Council has refused planning permission for a proposed intensive broiler chicken production facility that would have condemned 330,000 birds to a life of misery.
Almost 5,000 PETA supporters wrote to the council to ask them to stop this cruel factory farm unit from being built – and this fantastic result shows that your objections were heard.

Broiler facilities like the one proposed by Harrison Farms, which rear chickens for meat, force tens of thousands of birds to live crammed together in sheds and are dosed with antibiotics and bred to grow so unnaturally fast and large that they often cannot support their own weight and sometimes experience organ failure. The animals are killed as soon as they reach “slaughter weight” – sometimes when they are only 42 days old.

Thank you all for your support, and congratulations to the council for making the compassionate decision to protect animals. Fingers crossed that the council will exercise similar good judgement with other applications for cruel factory farm facilities in Shropshire.

If you want to be a part of future victories like this one, please sign up for our Action Team – we’ll keep you updated about ways to help animals.
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MessageSujet: Re: chicken   Sam 20 Avr - 9:32

APRIL 19TH2013

http://www.causes.com/actions/1747795-imagine-spending-your-whole-life-in-confinement?utm_campaign=activity_mailer%2Fnew_activity&utm_medium=email&utm_source=causes&token=5E3bg8VwUcGo3gMa5jCQRApX

Imagine Spending Your Whole Life in Confinement

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Chickens are arguably the most abused animal on the planet. In the United States, more than 7 billion chickens are killed for their flesh each year, and 452 million hens are used for their eggs. Ninety-nine percent of these animals spend their lives in total confinement—from the moment they hatch until the day they are killed.

Many people do not realize that chickens are inquisitive, interesting animals who are as intelligent as mammals such as cats, dogs, and even some primates. They are very social and like to spend their days together, scratching for food, taking dust baths, roosting in trees, and lying in the sun.

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