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The Animal Legal Defense Fund, the Humane Society of the United States, Farm Sanctuary, and the Humane Farming Association filed a motion to intervene in U.S. District Court in Fresno, in a lawsuit being brought by meat industry trade associations attempting to overturn a California law banning the use of sick and disabled animals in the food supply. California law was recently strengthened to protect animals and humans after an HSUS investigation at a Chino slaughterhouse exposed horrific abuse of downed cows—many of whom were destined to become ground beef in the National School Lunch Program. Watch the video of the undercover investigation at Chinos Hallmark/Westland slaughterhouse to see the abuses of desperately sick and injured animals that the coalition of animal protection organizations are fighting to stop. Warning: disturbing footage of animal abuse. Video provided by HSUS. For more information about the lawsuit, go to: http://www.aldf.org/article.php?id=819 Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsAgStar Financial ServicesBusiness Talk – Cara Lawson, Financial Services officer. Farm Credit Mid-AmericaChild Center & Adult Services Inc Receive Tribute and Charity by Charles Myrick of ACRXMirak Agricultural Services – Largest Open Field Hydroponic SystemAbout TRC’s ServicesGreen Roof Award Winner 2014 Insurance Financial Company, Stuttgart

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19 Comments

  • Robin DeClark 4 months ago

    Cock sucking bastards!!

  • Darren Delmonaco 4 months ago

    you all need to be gathered up and beaten senseless

  • ZomBie-BitcHEz 4 months ago

    i like chezz and milk and i dont care about animals the only things that mather for me in life are money and facebook-likes

  • Ninja Of Irony 4 months ago

    Look at all the psycho vegans lol.

  • Hayley Barton 4 months ago

    EVER THING THEY DO TO THESE POOR COWS I FUCKING DO TO THEM FUCKERS

  • Will Wooten 4 months ago

    is the thing to fat to walk?

  • lilspace tequila 4 months ago

    They never say what name brand or company these ppl are with so I don't know how yo avoid there meat

  • Albert Arthur Parsnips 4 months ago

    Filthy rotten bastards. Despicable effluent of humanity. They need to be severely, harshly punished.

  • Louise M-D 4 months ago

    GROWERS,FORCE,CREATURES,TO,BE,OBESE-THEN,WHEN,THEIR,KNEES,OR,HOOFS,BREAK-THEY,PUNISH,FOR,NOT,WALKING-IF,law,ALLOWED,WHEELED,TROLLEYS,TO,BE,USED,THEN,THEY,W,NOT,BE,DRAGGED-BUT,law,SAYS,CREATURE,SHOULD,BE,WALKING,-so,,torutre,is,used,to,force,walking-workers,are,tortured,also

  • Spartan Hoven 4 months ago

    AND THE PERSON RECORDING DID NOTHING?!?! IF ANYONE IS TAKING THE WORKERS SIDE JUST LOOK AT 1:45 FOR GODS SAKES I HAVE WATCHED MANY OF VIDEOS LIKE THIS AND NOW IM A VEGATAIRIAN

  • Spartan Hoven 4 months ago

    AND THE PERSON RECORDING DID NOTHING?!?! IF ANYONE IS TAKING THE WORKERS SIDE JUST LOOK AT 1:45 FOR GODS SAKES I HAVE WATCHED MANY OF VIDEOS LIKE THIS AND NOW IM A VEGATAIRIAN

  • FREDDY W 4 months ago

    GOD DAMN BASTERDS!!! WHERE IS THE A.L.F. ??

  • Aiiidawg 4 months ago

    They have feelings too.

  • Amit Sarkar 4 months ago

    This is absolute cruelty. Muslim are even worse. They just slit the throat of the animal two & half times and let it bleed to death. The call this is Halal.

  • Jason626 4 months ago

    look up food inc video and watch that

  • Jason626 4 months ago

    its not the farmers its the brand thats doing this

  • sablahedning 4 months ago

    who the fuck treats theyre animals like this!!???

  • sablahedning 4 months ago

    ok!! ive worked for farmers for years, but ofmg! wtf is this shit!???

  • kruegerk18 4 months ago

    This video is so distributing, but I think its important it gets seen to spread the message about animal cruelty in the food industry. Employees used inhumane tactics to move the cattle such as beating, kicking, dragging and spraying them in the face with high pressure hoses and heavy equipment. About 143 million pounds of beef was recalled due to the plant employees allotment of "downer" cattle to be slaughtered.