Animal Welfare/Rights

Vermont Slaughterhouse Worker Pleads Guilty To Cruelty

A worker at a closed Vermont slaughterhouse will be sentenced to 30 days on a state work crew after pleading guilty to animal cruelty.

Thirty-seven-year-old Christopher Gaudette, an employee of the now-closed Bushway Packing, Inc., in Grand Isle, pleaded guilty to the felony charge on Thursday. FULL STORY »

Video: National Junior Angus Show 2010: Temple Grandin Interview Play video

World-renowned animal behaviorist Temple Grandin talks about animal welfare at the National Junior Angus Show.
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SC Man Arrested On Animal Cruelty Charges

A South Carolina man has been arrested on animal cruelty charges after several dead horses and a dead cow were found on his property.
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Judge Hears Arguments In Federal Wolf Case

A federal judge heard arguments Tuesday on whether gray wolves in Montana and Idaho should be protected once more under the Endangered Species Act, a case that both sides say could affect how the wildlife protection law is applied in the future. FULL STORY »

Man Charged In Conklin Dairy Farms Case Faces Gun Charges

WBNS-TV reports Billy Joe Gregg, currently facing charges of abusing cows at Conklin Dairy Farms has pleaded not guilty on separate gun charges Thursday. FULL STORY »

American Humane Association Urges Support For Ohio's House Bill 55

Bill would increase punishment for animal cruelty, require psychological evaluation of children who abuse pets, and urge courts to include pets in domestic-violence protection orders
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House Passes Revisions To Ohio's Animal Cruelty Laws

Months before the current controversy of alleged animal cruelty by employees of Conklin Dairy Farms, Rep. Williams and Combs introduced H.B. 55 to revise portions of Ohio's animal cruelty law. Yesterday, the Ohio House passed the animal cruelty bill, which had been introduced last March. FULL STORY »

Video: Animal Abuse Response Play video

Virginia Farm Bureau member Margaret Ann Smith says she and her fellow livestock producers are outraged and upset over the recent video showing alleged animal abuse at a dairy in Ohio. FULL STORY »

Western United Dairymen Condemns Ohio Dairy Cow Abuse Video

Western United Dairymen today strongly condemned an undercover video in which an Ohio dairy farm worker is seen beating cows and calves. The worker has been fired by his employer and was charged Wednesday with 12 counts of cruelty to animals. FULL STORY »

AVMA Condemns Abuse Of Dairy Cows Shown In New Video

Upon viewing deeply disturbing new footage showing cows and calves being abused at an Ohio dairy farm, the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) today strongly condemned the cruelty and issued a call for stricter adherence to humane animal handling guidelines and standards. FULL STORY »

Ohio Dairy Farm Worker Charged With Animal Cruelty

A dairy farm worker was charged Wednesday with 12 counts of cruelty to animals after a welfare group released a video it says shows him and others beating cows with crowbars and poking them with pitchforks.
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