Dear Thomas,

Got misery? Milk does.

New gut-wrenching hidden-camera video captured by a Mercy For Animals investigator once again reveals rampant animal abuse within the dairy industry.

At Andrus Farms in Wisconsin—a dairy supplier to Great Lakes Cheese, one of the largest cheese producers in the world—an MFA investigator secretly documented:

  • Workers using pruning shears to cut through the sensitive skin, nerves, and tailbones of cows without any painkillers
  • A “downed” cow kicked and beaten, forcefully sprayed in her face and nostrils with a waterhose, and dragged by a rope around her neck
  • Workers viciously kicking and punching cows in their faces and bodies, beating them with rakes, and stabbing animals with sharp objects
  • Sick or injured cows suffering from open wounds, infections, and serious injuries left to suffer without proper veterinary care

In addition to the inherent cruelty of exploiting animals for milk, every single undercover investigation by Mercy For Animals at dairy factory farms across the country has exposed widespread and sadistic acts of animal abuse.

While individual consumers can withdraw their financial support from the cruel dairy industry by choosing plant-based alternatives to milk and cheese, Mercy For Animals is also calling on Great Lakes Cheese to immediately implement meaningful animal welfare policies and oversight to prevent malicious animal abuse throughout its entire dairy supply chain.

Please, take a moment to sign the petition to Great Lakes Cheese here.

Then please share the hidden-camera video with friends and encourage them to take action too. And remember, the best action you can take to prevent animal cruelty is moving toward a cruelty-free vegan diet.

Sincerely,

Nathan Runkle
President

P.S. Please consider making a special tax-deductible donation to support the work of our brave undercover investigators who risk everything to expose the tragic truth about animal suffering on factory farms.

 

      


     
 
Click here to unsubscribe.
Click here to view this email in a web browser.
Click here to view our privacy policy.
Click here to view our state fundraising notices.