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Articles by Margaret Doyle 

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Is the Humane Methods of Slaughter Act Really Humane?
The Humane Methods of Slaughter Act of 1958 was passed with the intention of placing regulations on slaughter practices for animals in factory farms in an effort to make them more “humane.” However, over the decades it has become glaringly obvious that the HMSA is not doing what it is meant to do and between the legal loopholes and the inconsistent enforcement, the Act has become just another piece of legislation that has failed to protect animals suffering in factory farms.
Apr 28, 2022
Where Does the Meat in Pet Food Come From?
While many people put considerable thought into where their food comes from, and actively choose not to consume products produced in factory farms, we do not think quite so much about the food our pets are eating.
Mar 31, 2022