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Animal Advocates Radio “Voices Carry for Animals #320”- Animal Wellness Action – Marty Irby

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July 29th @7:00 PM est

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Animal Advocates Radio “Voices Carry for Animals #318”- Holly Gann Bice – American Wild Horse Campaign (AWHC)

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July 15th @7:00 PM est

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Animal Advocates Radio “Voices Carry for Animals #317”- Huckaby’s Hope for Paws – Carol Huckaby

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July 1st @7:00 PM est

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Animal Advocates Radio “Voices Carry for Animals #316”- Buster’s Vision – Dawne Stanford

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June 24th @7:00 PM est

**This will be Voices Carry For Animals 7th Year Anniversary!***

TS Radio- 163 Live Shows & Animal Advocates Radio -153 Live Shows! A Sincere Thank You to Marti Oakley- TS Radio & The PPJ Gazette for starting the Podcasts helping our animal friends in need & distress.. Another Sincere Thank You to all the Former Amazing Guests,Callers, Listeners, and all the Supporters helping to Promote these much needed shows. Voices Carry For Animals Radio Platform has been a total success. Thanks to everyone for making it happen. Teamwork is the Key to all Victories. We are all stronger together than apart. STRENGTH IN NUMBERS!!**

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Animal Advocates Radio “Voices Carry for Animals #315”- Companion Animal Protection Society- (CAPS) – Pete Paxton

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June 17th @7:00 PM est

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Animal Advocates Radio “Voices Carry for Animals #313”- Teri Crutchfield – Saving Animals & Healing Hearts

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June 3rd @7:00 PM est

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Animal Advocates Radio “Voices Carry for Animals #312”- Rae Bitner – Animal Advocate

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May 27th @7:00 PM est

PODCAST UPDATE: Guest – Grace Hamlin- Founder of The W-Underdogs has to reschedule. Rae Bitner – Animal Advocate replaced her this evening. Huge Thank You to The W-Underdogs for all the Amazing Work they are doing. Thank you Rae Bitner for filling in. A Great Informative show.. Teamwork is the Key! STRENGTH IN NUMBERS!

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Animal Advocates Radio “Voices Carry for Animals #311- Freedom4Horses & Wild Mustang Community

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May 20th @7:00 PM est

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Animal Advocates Radio “Voices Carry for Animals #310”- Show Your Soft Side – Caroline Griffin

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May 13th @7:00 PM est

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Animal Advocates Radio “Voices Carry for Animals #309”- Greater Good Magazine – Christian Shane Dougherty-

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May 6th @7:00 PM est

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Animal Advocates Radio “Voices Carry for Animals #308”- Animal Wellness Action – Wayne Pacelle

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April 29th @7:00 PM est

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Animal Advocates Radio “Voices Carry for Animals #307”-The Kris Kelly Foundation- Kris Kelly

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April 22nd @7:00 PM est

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Animal Advocates Radio “Voices Carry for Animals #306”- Fl HB 731-Animal Cruelty – FL Rep Fetteroff

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April 15th @7:00 PM est

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Animal Advocates Radio “Voices Carry for Animals #304”- UPDATE: Lucy the Elephant – Mary-Ann Holm & Anika Sleem

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April 1st @7:00 PM est

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Animal Advocates Radio “Voices Carry for Animals #303”- Dylan’s Dog Chaining Law – 3 Guests

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March 18th @7:00 PM est

 

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Animal Advocates Radio “Voices Carry for Animals #302”- Animal Wellness Action – Jennifer Skiff

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March 11th @7:00 PM est

 

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Animal Advocates Radio “Voices Carry for Animals #299”- HSUS FL State Director- Kate MacFall

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Feb 18th @7:00 PM est

 

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Action alert for the wild buffalo of Yellowstone

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From Buffalo Field Campaign:

Special Alert! Take Action!

Kill the Bills: HB 318 and HB 302, Not the Buffalo

Buffalo Field Campaign is appealing to all of our supporters to send messages against HB 318 and HB 302 to kill the bills – not the buffalo – in the Montana Legislature.   You can watch the action on both bills in the House Agriculture committee at 3 PM (MST) Tuesday, February 16.  

HB 318 changes the legal definition of wild buffalo or bison – redefining the wild, migratory Yellowstone bison herds as domestic or feral.  Under HB 318, wild buffalo would no longer be recognized as wild, and the wildlife species would – by definition – be extinct in Montana.  HB 318 would also stop the reintroduction of wild buffalo because the legal definition precludes the species from ever being recognized as wild.

HB 302 interferes with Montanan’s constitutional right to participate in decisions to reintroduce wild buffalo by giving a board of county commissioners veto authority over the state’s decision.   Reintroducing wildlife is the responsibility of wildlife biologists entrusted with ensuring wild American bison, our National Mammal, are protected for future generations.

Please send a message against HB 318 and HB 302 to all members of the the House Agriculture committee online. On Montana’s web form, under Send Message to*, select Committees, then (H) Agriculture.  Montana’s web form permits messages from anyone in the United States.

You can find BFC’s talking points on HB 318 and HB 302 on our Buffalo Bill Tracker page. Watch & listen live to the hearing online at 3PM (MST) Tuesday, February 16.

Animal Advocates Radio “Voices Carry for Animals #298” – HELPING Gentle Giants – Diana Munoz and Colby Steiner

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Feb 11th @7:00 PM est

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Animal Advocates Radio “Voices Carry for Animals #297- FL Legislative Proposals – Debbie Darino

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Feb 4th @7:00 PM est

 

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Animal Advocates Radio “Voices Carry for Animals #295”- Last Day On a Chain – Mike Bizelli

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Jan 21st @7:00 PM est

 

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Animal Advocates Radio “Voices Carry for Animals #294” – Allie’s Law – FL SB 216 -Senator Jason Pizzo

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Jan 14th @7:00 PM est

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Guest will be: Florida Senator Jason Pizzo

RIP Dave Heine- The Creator of “Allie’s Law” passed away  Nov- 2020. Dave’s voice will carry on.

TOPIC: SB 216 -Reporting Animal Cruelty https://www.flsenate.gov/Session/Bill/2021/216/?Tab=BillHistory

Reporting Animal Cruelty; Citing this act as “Allie’s Law”; specifying that the failure of a veterinarian to report suspected animal cruelty is grounds for disciplinary action; requiring veterinarians, veterinary technicians, and other animal treatment provider employees to report cases of suspected animal cruelty to certain officials; authorizing veterinarians, veterinary technicians, and other animal treatment provider employees to report suspected cases of animal cruelty at certain commercial food-producing animal operations under certain circumstances, etc.

Allie, a 4 year-old Boston Terrier, suffered at the hands of her human caretakers. They left scars on her face, ears and legs. The horrific circumstances that she suffered through had been recognized as a situation of abuse by a veterinarian in the past, yet no authority was notified. Until she was rescued from her abusers no one spoke for her.Violence against animals does not stop with the animal’s mistreatment. Research has found that there is a correlation between animal abuse and abuse among humans, including child and domestic violence. 

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Animal Advocates Radio “Voices Carry for Animals #293”- Animal Wellness Action- Marty Irby

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Animal Advocates Radio “Voices Carry for Animals #291”- Buster’s Vision Nonprofit, Inc – Dawne Stanford

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Nov 19th @7:00 PM est

 

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Animal Advocates Radio “Voices Carry for Animals #290”- HSUS- Farm Animal Protection Campaign- Kate Brindle

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Only a Tiny Amount of Wild Horses Will Remain in Antelope Hills Herd Management Area in Wyoming

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Only a Tiny Amount of Wild Horses Will Remain in Antelope Hills Herd Management Area in Wyoming

Published by Carol Walker at November 2, 2020

I am at the viewing site for the Red Desert roundup – it will be the last day for this area in Antelope Hills. It is a balmy 31 degrees this morning. Yesterday they captured 107 wild horses and I thought they were done here. They only plan to leave 60 horses in this HMA of 159,000 acres. They will release 25 horses.

I saw a colorful family run on top of the hill near the trap. They came down followed by a group of four black horses who waited on the hill while the helicopter went after a big group of about 12 pintos buckskins, grullas and bays who looked so tired – moving slowly, I am not sure how far they had been pushed. It took a while for the helicopter to get the four blacks to meet up with the big group and get pushed in. They are using only one trap for this area which is absolutely huge. More

Animal Advocates Radio “Voices Carry for Animals #288”- Animal Wellness Action- Wayne Pacelle

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Oct 29th @7:00 PM est

 

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Guest will be: Wayne Pacelle– President of Animal Wellness Action & Center for a Humane Economy

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TOPIC: Our Kangaroos Are Not Shoes Campaign, The upcoming election and the key races and ballot questions, &Animal Wellness Calls for Buy-Out of American Mink Farms

Animal Wellness Action champion causes that alleviate the suffering of animals – Helping Animals Helps Us All.

To prevent cruelty to animals, we promote enacting and enforcing good public policies. To enact good laws, we must elect good lawmakers.

Animal Wellness Action has a mission of helping animals by promoting legal standards forbidding cruelty. AWA champion causes that alleviate the suffering of companion animals, farm animals, and wildlife. AWA advocate for policies to stop dogfighting, cockfighting, horse soring, and other forms of malicious cruelty and confront factory farming, cosmetic testing, wildlife trafficking, and other systemic forms of animal exploitation.

AWA and its partners are calling for change, including a strict quarantine order at all mink farm operations. We recommend three other steps: 1) De-commercializing of mink farms, with no movement of non-essential products or workers to and from mink farms, including the movement of live animals on and off the farms; 2) A halt to breeding programs to arrest the expansion of host animals; and 3) A USDA buy-out of the mink farms, as a humane response to the circumstance of the producers.

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Animal Advocates Radio “Voices Carry for Animals #287” – Wild Society- Christian Shane Doughterty

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Watch the archived show! Equine Advocates honors Willie Nelson

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A music-filled celebration featuring a line-up of outstanding artists

Watch the archived show here:  https://www.equineadvocates.org/virtual-gala/

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On Saturday, September 26th, starting at 6 PM EST, Equine Advocates will present Willie Nelson with the 2020 Safe Home Equine Protection Award for his work and dedication to end the slaughter of America’s horses during a special online event to be broadcast on our Equine Advocates website, Facebook and YouTube channel. Nelson will be the 19th recipient of this award, which was first given out in 2002.

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Hosted by Bebe Neuwirth and Phil Bayly

The program will be hosted by two-time Emmy and Tony Award-winning actress, Bebe Neuwirth, who was the recipient of the Safe Home Equine Protection Award in 2009. Co-hosting will be author and former news anchor, Phil Bayly, who was the morning news anchor for WNYT, the NBC affiliate in Albany for 15 years.

 

Sheryl Crow

Ali McGrawSpecial appearances by Sheryl Crow and Ali McGraw

Nine-time Grammy Award-winning singer/song writer, Sheryl Crow will make an appearance during the broadcast with a special message for her good friend and fellow horse lover, Willie Nelson. They recently recorded the song, “Lonely, Alone” together. The music video for the song includes footage of Nelson with some of his rescued horses.

Actress Ali MacGraw, who appeared in such iconic films as “Love Story,” “The Getaway” and “Goodbye Columbus,” will present Andrea Eastman with the 2020 Equine Savior Award for her decades of work and activism on behalf of America’s wild and domestic equines. Eastman, who had an illustrious 27-year career as a high-powered agent for ICM, was personally responsible for Robert Redford’s signing of the Voter Card in California in 1998 in support of the first state initiative in the nation to ban the slaughter of horses for human consumption. That initiative, “Prop 6” passed by more than 60% of the vote.

An amazing line-up of artists will be performing during this celebration and telethon. They include:

Tom Chapin

In a career that spans five decades, 26 albums and three Grammy awards, the multi-talented Tom Chapin has maintained two long and productive parallel careers, both as a respected contemporary folk artist and a pioneer in the field of children’s music. Chapin has appeared on Broadway, television, radio and film, and has long been a strong advocate on behalf of a variety of charitable organizations, focusing on hunger, the environment, and music and the arts in our public schools.

 

 

THE GIBSON BROTHERSThe Gibson Brothers

Bluegrass royalty Leigh and Eric Gibson have been delighting audiences around the world with their popular albums and live performances for thirty years. They were named Entertainers of the Year by the International Bluegrass Music Association in 2012 and 2013 and in 2015, and have received many other accolades for their work, including receiving SUNY honorary degrees of doctor of fine arts. In 2018, they branched beyond the bluegrass world with a sound dubbed more “country soul,” on an album produced by Dan Auerbach. No matter what format they play, their brother harmonies shine through.

 

Cathy GrierCathy Grier

When Cathy Grier was 17, she had a chance encounter with John Lee Hooker that became an inspirational turning point in her life. Cathy spent 20 years in New York mostly performing under the name NYC Subway Girl as part of the Music Under New York Program. Her four decade-long career is a rich musical tapestry with numerous career highlights. In 2016, she traveled to Wisconsin for the Steel Bridge Songfest and fell in love with the Sturgeon Bay music scene so much that she moved to Wisconsin. Within the three years of arriving, Cathy won the Paramount Music Association Blues Challenge. Her latest album entitled, “I’m All Burn,” recorded with her group, The Troublemakers, is by far one of her best. It has been well received by critics and listeners, who all agree Cathy Grier surely can sing and play The Blues!

Brooke MoriberBrooke Moriber

This young and exciting up-and-coming country singer/song-writer, Brooke Moriber, got her start in show business at the age of eight on Broadway when she was cast in the part of Cosette in Les Miserables. Inspired by Linda Ronstadt and Billy Joel, Brooke’s song, “Cry Like a Girl” was reviewed by Parade Magazine as “… a high-powered country-infused track with an empowering message. Moriber makes a compelling case for sharing raw emotion with strong vocals and a spot-on delivery.” That song will be included on her first album that she is working on in Nashville.

 

 

Livingston Taylor

  Livingston Taylor

From top-40 hits “I Will Be in Love with You” and “I’ll Come Running,” to “I Can Dream of You” and “Boatman,” the last two recorded by his brother James, Livingston Taylor has been performing and writing songs for more than 50 years. He is known for mastering a wide range of musical genres from folk, pop, gospel, jazz— to upbeat storytelling and touching ballads to full orchestra performances. Mr. Taylor is also a full professor at Berklee College of Music, where he has taught a Stage Performance course since 1989.

Equine Advocates, a national, non-profit equine protection organization based in Chatham, NY, will be celebrating its 25th birthday on February 27, 2021. Our mission is to rescue, protect and prevent the abuse of equines through education, investigation, rescue operations, the dissemination of information to the public and through the operation of a horse sanctuary for slaughter-bound, abused and neglected equines.

Please watch this page or visit our official Facebook page, for more details.

Animal Advocates Radio “Voices Carry for Animals #267”- MCABSL- REPEAL BREED SPECIFIC LEGISLATION-(BSL)!

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Please comment to stop the BLM’s plan to wipe out 40% of wild horses in Wyoming (so that privately owned livestock can run roughshod over public lands)

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The BLM wants to remove 4,000 wild horses from four Herd Management Areas in Wyoming, which would mean removing 40% of all of the wild horses in Wyoming.

Please comment on a new Wyoming Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Resource Management Plan Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for proposed changes to the management of four wild horse Herd Management Areas (HMAs) in Wyoming: Adobe Town, Salt Wells Creek, Great Divide Basin and White Mountain.

Please urge the BLM to select Alternative A, which would manage wild horses in their respective 4 herds at the current Appropriate Management Levels (AMLs) for each herd with a total AML 1481-2065.  As you can see on the graphs below, wild horses are already currently far outnumbered by privately owned livestock on public lands on these Herd Management Areas.

The BLM certainly seems to be violating the Federal Land Policy and Management Act of 1976 (FLPMA) by favoring some “uses” (livestock grazing) over other “uses” (wild horses).  FLPMA stipulates that the BLM take into account the “coordinated management of the various resources without permanent impairment of the productivity of the land and the quality of the environment with consideration being given to the relative values of the resources and not necessarily to the combination of uses that will give the greatest economic return or the greatest unit output.”

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Animal Advocates Radio “Voices Carry for Animals #243”- Karen Hamza- Founder of ANGEL HANZ FOR THE HOMELESS

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Animals’ Angels 11th Annual ‘Light the Sky’ Fundraiser

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Together We’ll Light the Sky with Love for the Animals
Animals’ Angels will celebrate our 11th annual Light the Sky event on November 16, 2019. I was inspired to hold this year’s event just before the Thanksgiving holiday since the season of gratitude is the perfect time to honor the animals in our lives who have given us so much joy and love. And there’s no better time to remember and honor the innocent animals that have touched our hearts during this year’s many investigations.
The lighting of candles is always an emotional event for me and the Animals’ Angels investigators and board members, who care so deeply about the animals we seek to help. Seeing all the candles sponsored by our dedicated supporters means the world to us; the flames are a powerful reminder that we aren’t alone in the dark as we work to end the suffering of the animals.
This year I hope you, as one of our most ardent supporters, will let us light a candle in gratitude for your contributions and offer a loving tribute to the special animals in your own life. With a donation of $10 or more we will light a candle for an animal you’d like to honor and add their story and photo to our Tree of Hope, which proudly stands as a tangible testament of our love and compassion for all the animals that touch our lives.
One of the many messages on our Tree of Hope

 

We invite you to make your donation in the name of a beloved pet who lives in your home, or a dearly missed animal who continues to live on in your heart. Your gift to Light the Sky will honor your special animal while supporting our on-going investigations on behalf of all the horses, cows, pigs, sheep, goats, chickens, turkeys, and puppies that so desperately need our help.
One hundred percent of your donation to the Light the Sky event will be used in the coming year to help Animals’ Angels investigate and expose the abusers, hold criminals accountable, and work to create and enforce laws that stop the suffering of the animals.
I hope you’ll make a gift today and add the flame of another candle to our Light the Sky event. We’ve set a goal of lighting at least 3,000 candles and raising at least $30,000, and we need your help.

And, as a special “thank you” to our donors during this season of gratitude, we will also be giving away an original work of art. For every $50.00 donated to the Light the Sky event, you will receive one chance to participate in the drawing for the stunning 20 x 24 inch oil on canvas titled “Mare & Foal”. The lucky winner will be announced the evening of the event.

Mare & Foal Painting
Our work on behalf of the animals is made possible by the ongoing support of kind-hearted and compassionate people like you. I hope you’ll join us by sending in your candle request. Together we can “Light the Sky” with love for the animals!
On behalf of the animals, thank you – from the bottom of my heart,
Sonja Meadows, President and Lead Investigator
 
 
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Clare Staples of Skydog Sanctuary on trying to save the lives of wild horses with special needs (Wild Horse & Burro Radio, Sat., 6/1/19)

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Animal Advocates Radio “Voices Carry for Animals #204”- Laura Lassiter- Animal Communicator

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Industrial Agriculture: The Truth About Where Your Meat Comes From

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Land of Hope and Glory UK Earthlings Documentary

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This is a documentary about the brutal conditions under which factory farmed animals are raised in the UK, Australia and the US. This type of footage is extremely rare because Food Inc makes every effort to conceal the disgusting conditions under which our meat is produced.

Factory farmed pigs and chickens seem to fare the worst. Even though pigs are as intelligent and emotionally complex as dogs, they are raised in extremely confining cages and forced to lie in their own feces, as well as being routinely tortured and beaten by their keepers. Pigs, like most other factory farmed animals, are fed massive doses of antibiotics (contributing to antibody resistance and the rise of “superbugs”) while continual exposure to feces makes factory farmed meat a major source of food borne illness.

Chickens and more than 90% of ducks and turkeys are also crowded into pens. In chickens raised for meat, 45% suffer painful fractures because their specially bred bodies are too heavy for their skeleton.

What seems most consistent among all factory farmed animals (besides their continual exposure to feces) are the inhumane conditions under which they are killed. Although most jurisdictions require them to be asphyxiated or electrically stunned prior to slaughter, abattoir personnel are rushed and poorly trained. As the film clearly shows, many animals are still alive when they’re butchered.

 

Advocates Bonnie Kohleriter & Carla Bowers on the Devil’s Garden wild horses in California (Wild Horse & Burro Radio, Friday, 11/16/18)

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photo: U.S. Forest Service

Our guests tonight are advocates Bonnie Kohleriter and Carla Bowers, who will tell you about the wild horses in the Devil’s Garden Wild Horse Territory in the Modoc National Forest in northern California.  They’ll tell you about the recent roundup of over 900 wild horses from 258,000 acres.  They’ll tell you what the Forest Service is planning to do with do with these wild horses.  They’ll also tell you about the corrupt politics behind all of this.  The devil is in the details.

This show will be hosted by Debbie Coffey (V.P. and Dir. of Wild Horse Affairs) of Wild Horse Freedom Federation.

To contact us: ppj1@hush.com

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/marti-oakley/2018/11/17/advocates-bonnie-kohleriter-amp-carla-bowers-on-the-devils-garden-wild-horses

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5th Anniversary of Wild Horse & Burro Radio show with many friends and past guests! (Wed., 11/7/18)

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Alberta’s Free Roaming Horses Society takes legal action to save Canada’s wild horses (wildies)

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Source:  Alberta’s Free Roaming Horses Society

Alberta’s Free Roaming Horses Society and have just begun legal action against the Alberta Provincial Government for, what appears to be, a violation of their Statutes and Regulations with regards to capturing and removing the wild horses from Public Lands.  They have been gathering documentation from Freedom of Information Requests for 4 years.  The Action was filed on August 31st, and they are waiting for a response.

The Originating Application and the Affidavit and Exhibits are HERE.   

Originating Application – Filed August 31, 2018

Affidavit of Alberta’s Free Roaming Horses Society – Filed August 31, 2018

The story below briefly summarizes what occurred over those 4 years:

Our Battle with he Alberta Provincial Government – Part 11

“The Past Was Erased, The Erasure Was Forgotten, The Lie Became the Truth.”  (George Orwell – 1984)

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Testimony For SB-1487 Iconic African Species Protection Act

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By: Sam Jojola

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Introduction

In 2011, the world’s population reached 7 billion and is now 7.6 billion.  Many stressed ecosystems leave larger mammals vulnerable like elephants, giraffes and both African rhino species. Serious trophy hunters seek quarry like black maned lions and rare African elephant tuskers.  Genetic viability can be impacted coupled with demand for body parts in traditional medicine.

Widespread corruption plagues Zimbabwe and South Africa with little or no jail time for most offenders.  My 2003 investigation on allegations of illegal lion hunting in Zimbabwe revealed their poorly written laws prevented federal prosecution of suspect U.S. trophy hunters, including a similar instance like Cecil the Lion.

Lesson in extinction

In the early 1800’s, Passenger Pigeon numbers were several billion and by 1900 none survived in the wild.  History does repeat itself with extinction.

Larger Species Vulnerable

Lions, elephants, rhinos, leopards, and hippo parts are exploited in the global online black market of illegal wildlife.  Large social media companies profit from the illicit wildlife trade of rhino horn, elephant ivory, including lion and tiger claws.  Stephen Kohn, renowned whistleblower attorney documented extensive illicit trade through sting operations detailed in this month’s WIRED Magazine.  These social media companies are reportedly at the center of the global trade in endangered species.

Trafficking in illegal wildlife parts is akin to taking a stolen vehicle and selling the parts individually that are worth more than the whole.

Growth of illegal wildlife trade

The illegal wildlife trade estimate ranged from $10 billion annually in 2011 to $23 billion in 2014 and now $115 billion after a recent month long crackdown in 92 countries.

Overnight parcel shipping venues have been a platform for decades that support trafficking a host of illegal wildlife parts and products including live reptiles shipped overnight from around the globe.

Wildlife Crime supports Transnational Criminal Syndicates and Terrorism

In 2015, my colleague, Bryan Christy in Nat Geo’s “Warlords of Ivory” chronicled the elephant ivory trade to transnational criminal syndicates and suggested evidence of ivory trafficking used to forge links between several African based terrorist groups.  Other independent reports support his assessment.

Think Globally Act Locally

With Jane Goodall’s support of SB-1487 and the supporting evidence of 21st century impacts on the illegal wildlife trade, California legislators have an opportunity to make a difference with this key legislation in a proactive unified effort.

Thank you all kindly for the opportunity to speak in support of this critical legislation.

Sam Jojola

 

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