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Maybe you have already heard about the abnormal brutalities which occur
on the Spanish pig Farm Escobar, in the city of Fuente Alamo de Murcia.
In Escobar's pig farm in the city of Fuente Alamode Murcia managers and staff of the farm hit with iron bars to the bristles on the head, kill animals that do not serve with great swords that pierce repeated times in his side until the animals die after several agonizing minutes, some pregnant sows, after beating them in the head come to open your abdomen and uterus with a knife while she is still conscious and taking out the intestines of piglets and then let it die bleeding, workers also beat to death piglets against the floor stamping them commonplace on other farms, and have other brutal and sadistic behavior with animals, as seen in the video Animal Equality has published (WARNING, VERY GRAPHIC):
In this video, one of the farm workers themselves, Mark Verduga, who has
worked from 2009 until February 21, 2012, confirms that these practices are
"It's the most horrible thing I've seen in my career about the treatment of animals. The suffering to which they are subjected is comparable to that we would suffer in that situation. The animal shave suffered extreme pain and unmatched brutality."
The renowned veterinarian and expert on bioethics of the Oxford Centre for Animal Ethics in the UK Andrew Knight said about the images posted:
"The treatment to these pigs is the most brutal abuse of farm animals I've seen in my life. Workers are clearly enjoying some of their behaviors. Treatment to these pigs is shockingly cruel and is, in fact, sadistic."
This is another example of the brutality and violence perpetrated daily
against animals on farms and slaughterhouses.
The animals have been turned into merchandise that maximum economic benefit, and not surprisingly, the industries that exploit treated as such, injustice and violence to animals with which millions of people around the oppose opting for a vegan lifestyle in solidarity towards animals.
By signing this petition you are sending a letter to the Directorate General of Livestock and Fisheries of Murcia to request the immediate closure of the farm and the corresponding penalties for all the facts.
You can also spread and express your opinion on Twitter using the hashtag: # GranjaEscobar The animals need you: acting in its defense!
PETITION: http://actuable.es/ peticiones/ exige-cierre-la-granja-cerd os-escobar-por
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HE Mr. Adolfo Falag�n:
After seeing the images revealed by Animal Equality on the brutality and exploitation of animals on the Farm The Escobar de Murcia, where you can see:
- Farm staff hitting with iron bars to the bristles on the head, attacking animals with large swords that pierce your sides repeatedly until the animals died several minutes later.
- A striking workers bristles, waving swords have stuck in their bodies in order to aggravate the internal injuries, mocking their suffering before the camera and jumping on them to hit them with your elbow and kicking.
- The managers and operators repeatedly harassing and beating on the head to the sow with an iron bar before proceeding to open your abdomen and uterus with a knife while she is still conscious and they urgan inside your body for several minutes bringing hands to piglets was going to give birth and extracting their intestines, liver and other internal organs as she suffers from terrible suffering. This animal is dying then abandoned their bodies stretched on the floor until they finally die after several minutes.
It also gives the terribly ironic fact that this farm was awarded in 2008 by the meat industry with Porc d'Or prize for piglets born alive.
Veterinary experts as Miguel Rodriguez Brown, an anesthesiologist at the Veterinary Hospital of the University Complutense of Madrid, said about these facts:
"It's the most horrible thing I've seen in my career about the treatment of animals. The suffering to which they are subjected is comparable to that we would suffer in that situation. The animals have suffered extreme pain and unmatched brutality. "
While the renowned veterinarian and expert on bioethics of the Oxford Centre for Animal Ethics in the UK Andrew Knight:
"The treatment to these pigs is the most brutal abuse of farm animals I've seen in my life. Workers are clearly enjoying some of their behaviors. Treatment to these pigs is shockingly cruel and is, in fact, sadistic. "
For all these facts, this brutality suffered by animals brought to light, I request that urgent action accordingly, involving government necessary for the carrying out relevant research and apply for immediate closure of the farm and that those responsible for the same individuals receive appropriate penalties.