Farm Sanctuary News: A New Look for New Year

January 11th, 2008 4:00 pm by Kelly Garbato

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A Tale of Two Pigs

Drop by Harry and Hazel’s barn and prepare to be greeted by a jovial pair of floppy-eared pigs who just can’t say enough about their new life at our New York Shelter. Brought to us after the unfolding of events reminiscent of Babe or Charlotte’s Web, these two terrific pigs outsmarted the fate assigned to many of their species with sheer strong will and a profound tug on the heartstrings of the people with the power to spare their lives: the family who raised them. Read more.

A Brand New Look for an Exciting New Year

Welcome to our newly renovated e-newsletter, created by the innovative design firm, Monkeys with Crayons. We hope you enjoy the new look and features of this e-publication, which will continue to inform you about our efforts, as well as actions you can take for farm animals in all the same, familiar ways. Farm Sanctuary is also thrilled to announce the completion of the first redesign phase of Conceptualized by web design, development and marketing team, Boston Interactive, and rolled out by our very own illustrious Web administrator, Timothy McGlynn, our site is taking on new life, with many additions yet to come. Visit often and watch us evolve!

Presidential Politics and Farm Animals – What You Need to Know

With the primary elections underway, presidential candidates are being asked to take positions on many issues. But do you know how each feels about farm animal matters? Which candidates will support a ban on downed animals? Who will back a bill to keep taxpayer money from funding cruel confinement systems? Who has read the UN report identifying factory farming as one of the biggest contributors to global warming? Find out now where the candidates stand.

Help Farm Animals 365 Days a Year!

By joining our Monthly Pledge Program, you help ensure crucial funding for our rescue, education and advocacy efforts. This convenient program allows you to automatically deduct a specified amount from your bank account or apply donations directly to your credit card every month. For more information, please contact us by phone at 607-583-2225 ext. 225 or e-mail at croseman [at]


* SAVE THE DATE! Farm Sanctuary will be hosting its next Gala for Farm Animals on Saturday, May 17, 2008 in New York at Cipriani Wall Street! Please check our Web site in the coming weeks for more information:

* Ever dreamed of mapping your professional skills to your passion for animals? Farm Sanctuary is hiring:


Check That Chicken Nugget: It Might Just Be a Plant
Washington Post, January 9, 2008
Whether you find mock meats appetizing or not, it’s great to see the topic making the mainstream! Add your two cents to the conversation here.

Food Trends for 2008
Weekend Edition Sunday, NPR, January 6, 2008
“2008 will be the year of ethical eating.” Need we say more?

Bishop Favors Proposal to Restrict Farm Practices
Spero News, January 10, 2008
Calling all Californians: Get involved in the California Ballot Initiative today!

Hearings Underway in Foie Gras Lawsuit
Crain’s New York Business, January 9, 2008
Visit for more information on this campaign and find out how you can get involved.

Begging for Good Vegetarian Recipes!
Discovery Health Network, December 27, 2007
Participating in online communities is an effective and easy way to advocate for farm animals.


The Vegetarian Site

Boston Baked Bonz


Farm Sanctuary Logo Keychain


About Farm Sanctuary

Photo via JB/John

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.

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