Ohioans For Humane Farms Files Petition

Amanda Nolz 1 Comment

I guess I’m not shocked that HSUS has pulled this bait and switch on Ohio voters. While stepping aside to let Ohio farmers pass the Ohio Livestock Care Standards Board, our friends at HSUS are now campaigning to make sure that board pushes their agendas forward, which include: abolishing meat, dairy and eggs from the American diet and putting farmers and ranchers out of business. In their newest campaign, Ohioans for Humane Farms, HSUS and Farm Sanctuary are back on the campaign trail, ready to take action in the next election. Check out an excerpt from Kristy Foster in Farm and Dairy.

Producers and state officials had heard it was coming. Now, it’s official: The Humane Society of the United States launched a counterattack on Ohio Jan. 27. Ohioans for Humane Farms, backed by HSUS and Farm Sanctuary, submitted a petition — including signatures from Ohio voters in 48 counties — to Ohio’s Secretary of State in support of placing an anti-cruelty measure on the November ballot.

Regulations requested include: 1. End confinement for veal calves, breeding pigs and chickens in what has been described by the Humane Society of the United States as “tiny cages.” 2. Stop “downer cows” or animals too sick or injured to stand or walk on their own from entering the human food chain. 3. Establish regulations for the euthanasia of sick and injured animals.

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  1. skippy

    The use of science is the way to discredit the HSUS. They tell the public that animals have the same feeling as humans. They won’t tell the public that animals are made to withstand the elements. The HSUS won’t tell the public that hoofed animals have a muscular system that locks knees in place so they can stand foreever. They wont say that hoofed animals do most of there sleeping in the daylight standing up. But be forewarned the HSUS has a school of vets who will say anything the HSUS tells them to say. I tell people to go through there States University Vet Schools to find vets that can’t be bought.. Its a shame that things have gotten this nasty.

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