undercover at butterball hatchery

okay, seriously, it actually hurts my brain to think that a place like this exists.

if you are planning to eat turkey for thanksgiving (or, um, ever), PLEASE watch this video. please don’t look away. watch it. this is how your turkey begins his or her tiny fuzzy life.

and sadly, it only goes downhill from there.

compassion over killing’s undercover work continues to amaze me. i don’t know how they do it, but i’m so thankful that they do.

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  1. I’m trying to visit as many of the NaBloPoMo blogs as I can and I thought I’d say hi, I liked your blog.. 🙂 We don’t have Thanksgiving here, so the Turkeys are pretty thankful about that, I think.. 🙂

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undercover at butterball hatchery

okay, seriously, it actually hurts my brain to think that a place like this exists.

if you are planning to eat turkey for thanksgiving (or, um, ever), PLEASE watch this video. please don’t look away. watch it. this is how your turkey begins his or her tiny fuzzy life.

and sadly, it only goes downhill from there.

compassion over killing’s undercover work continues to amaze me. i don’t know how they do it, but i’m so thankful that they do.

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  1. Thanks for posting about the turkeys. I did some leafletting this weekend, and it was cool when a few people thanked me, but frustrating when people would blow us off, or give us these looks, like “I should care about turkeys, why?”
    Here’s the html version of the leaflet we handed out: http://www.upc-online.org/turkeys/turkeysbro.html
    Karen Davis (of United Poultry Concerns) has a lot of really great info on turkeys and chickens in general. I hope to visit her sanctuary some day. There are so many amazing people doing amazing work. Blogs like this help spread the word, and that is huge. 🙂

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