5 Year Anniversary of Fearmans rollover

October 5th, marks the 5 year anniversary of the Fearmans rollover when a transport truck crashed just prior to arriving at the gates of Fearmans Slaughterhouse.

Eating Veal Is Far Worse Than You Can Imagine

I became vegetarian at age seven after making the connection that hamburgers and hot dogs came from animals. I remember being totally shocked and horrified that anyone would eat food that had to be killed. It wasn’t until many years later that I discovered veal was actually baby animals. ..

Why Live Exports Should Be Banned

The live export trade of animals refers to their transport to various countries or regions. This could be for slaughter, breeding, or other types of exploitation. Millions of animals are transported by boats, trucks, airplanes, or trains and often across continents for very long distances. …

7 Reasons Not To Drink Goat’s Milk

When people discuss consuming dairy products it’s often in reference to cow’s milk. But cows are not the only victims of the dairy industry. Goats also have their milk stolen by humans and suffer tremendously in captivity on dairy farms. …

Breaking Boundaries – A Must Watch Documentary

Breaking Boundaries is a must-watch film. It is the most powerful documentary about the climate crisis available today. Narrated by David Attenbourgh, it takes the viewer on a journey through the nine planetary boundaries we are approaching, each of which has a tipping point limit. …

vegan diets are rich in iron

Vegan Diets Are As Rich in Iron as Non-Vegan Diets

Iron is an essential mineral found in both plant foods and animals and it plays a vital role in our blood system, particularly the function of our hemoglobin to carry oxygen to our cells. Every cell in our body requires oxygen which makes iron an extremely important mineral. …

human deaths linked to Zoonoses

Human Deaths Linked to Zoonoses

About 60% of human diseases and 75% of all emerging infectious diseases are zoonotic.

Most are caused by harmful germs from farmed animals such as cows, pigs, chickens, goats, sheep and camels. Others are from wildlife such as bats, rats and civet cats. These germs can spread to people and cause illness and are known as zoonotic diseases or zoonoses. …