Farm Sanctuary’s E-News & Action Alert 09/27/07

September 28th, 2007 1:23 pm by Kelly Garbato

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Date: Sep 27, 2007 4:27 PM
Subject: Farm Sanctuary’s E-News & Action Alert 09/27/07

Livestock Truck Catastrophes Highlight The Need For Reform

An alarming number of farm animals die regularly in catastrophic highway accidents when the trucks hauling huge loads of these animals overturn. In the past week, the media reported on at least two such incidents, each of which resulted in massive mortality and suffering for the animals involved. Despite this industry-wide problem, neither the U.S. Department of Agriculture nor the agribusiness industry has adequately addressed the issue. As a result, farm animals are subjected to yet another level of unnecessary suffering. Farm Sanctuary is urging the USDA to establish a protocol to prevent these accidents from happening in the first place and to respond to these accidents when they happen in a way that will minimize animal suffering. Read more.

Nightmare Over For Goats Rescued In New York Cruelty Case

Nobody knows how long they stood inside the transport trailer, or what condition they were in when they entered. What we do know is how they looked when they emerged. Emaciated. Lice-ridden. Weak and scared. Though Allene, Dorothy and Cathy were in bad shape, their condition was heads above that of the other animals found on a property in central New York this spring. In sum, 43 goats were found dead. Now rehabilitated and nursed back to health, these girls call our New York Shelter home—and are ready to make the most of their second chance at life. Read more.

Compassionate Kid Creations Needed!

Farm Sanctuary is currently seeking submissions of creative, unique and inspiring farm animal-related art for the “Creation Station” section of our new kid’s website: The Creation Station is a special place where compassionate children can share their stories, drawings, essays, paintings, and poems with other kids who care about animals. If you have or know of any kids with kind creations they’d like to share, why not send them in? Contact us today: info [at]!

Major Gifts To Farm Sanctuary

The Friends of Hilda Club was established to express our gratitude for Farm Sanctuary members who have made a major contribution to farm animal protection. The club is named in memory of Hilda, the first animal rescued by Farm Sanctuary. Members of the Friends of Hilda Club are entitled to many benefits including recognition on the Hilda Memorial, a Hilda Club pin, invitations to special Farm Sanctuary events, Bed & Breakfast accommodations, and our semi-annual newsletter. Join today!

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Farm Sanctuary is the nation’s leading farm animal protection organization. Since incorporating in 1986, we have worked to expose and stop cruel practices of the “food animal” industry through research and investigations, legal and legislative actions, public awareness projects, youth education, and direct rescue and refuge efforts. Our shelters in Watkins Glen, NY and Orland, CA provide lifelong care for hundreds of rescued animals, who have become ambassadors for farm animals everywhere by educating visitors about the realities of factory farming. For more information about Farm Sanctuary or our programs, please visit or call 607-583-2225. To become a Farm Sanctuary member or to make a donation today using our secure online form, please visit: For updates on previous action alerts, please visit:

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