WGN Chicago – An animal rights group released new video Wednesday of animal abuse at a major dairy that supplies products to Wendy’s and Burger King fast food chains along with Illinois-based Kraft Foods. During a news conference in Chicago, activists from the group Mercy For Animals say the video was secretly recorded at the Bettencourt Dairies in dairy in Twin Falls County, Idaho. The video shows violent, prolonged beatings of the cows. Sick or injured animals can be seen with open wounds and broken bones. A statement from Bettencourt Dairies said it’s appalled by the video and that five employees have been fired as a result. Security cameras were installed at the plant and all employees were asked to agree to a zero tolerance policy for animal abuse in its dairies. Mercy For Animals says the group is working with Kraft to eliminate such abuse, including cutting ties with the dairy.
This is why animal rights groups are the worst. They pick a fight with absolutely anyone. They’ll get people on their side when they rally against Michael Vick for killing dogs but then they turn around and bitch about the way cows are treated before getting their heads sawed off and served a quarter pound at a time with a side of fries and a coke at every restaurant in America. It’s fucking lunacy. Hey you idiots, the only purpose cows serve are to provide us with meat, chocolate milk, and something to compare girls to so they feel bad and develop eating disorders to get slim and pretty. Complaining to a farm about the treatment of animals about to be slaughtered is like complaining to the Fuhrer about the cold soup at Auschwitz. It’s pointless and a total jew move. Just spend all your time defending dogs and everyone will stop hating you so much.