First off I’m going to say that I like how powerful this lamb is. You can see in a brace how much power he’s packing. I appreciate how thick built he is, and it looks in the pictures he’s got a nice wide, long loin. He’s got a good bit of length and extension to him, and from what I can tell he’s decent in his blade set and fore rib. I’d like to level out his top and flatten out the roach in his back, and I’d like to maybe give his neck just a bit more extension or I’d like to see his neck just a tad less thick.overall he’s got good muscling and pretty good muscle expression, but I would like to see just a bit more. He’s also got some good bone and width of leg on him. Lastly I’d like to suck him up in his chest floor and make him less deep. Overall a nice, powerful, and thick lamb. I like him.
Meet my new friend. I'm gonna call her #Darlene . She's right next to my office. I take 2-3 short walks during the day and she's always waiting right by the fence mooing at me until I come and scratch her head. I think our whole world would be better off if we connected deeply with animals. // #tdbdarlene#livestock#cow#cows#animals#nature#love
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In the Northwoods of Wisconsin and Michigan, a wolf's natural diet typically consists of deer and beaver. But a recent study of wolves in Michigan's Upper Peninsula found that nearly one-third of the diet of the wolves studied consisted of cattle carcasses from dump sites on nearby farms.
Many dairy farmers and ranchers routinely dump livestock carcasses rather than burying or rendering them, despite laws requiring otherwise. .
However, research is suggesting this practice can have a significant effect on how wolves interact with livestock, people and ecosystems as a whole.
As the wolf population continues to grow in northern Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin, so do the risks for human and wolf interaction. This doesn't mean that wolves are more dangerous; rather, the likelihood of interaction becomes greater.
Many farmers are simply unaware of the law and what the proper response should be. The answer can be as simple as burying their livestock carcasses. Just like with bears, if you take away the bird feeders and they're going to stop coming by your house. A similar rule applies with wolves, if you take away the food source, they don’t really have a reason to be around anymore. 🐾
Humane means having or showing compassion or benevolence, but is taking a life kind? Even the MOST humane way of slaughtering an animal is cruel, because how do you kill someone who doesn’t want to die?
Keep in mind if you purchase these products you are directly supporting this. You are just as responsible for driving that blot gun through their head and sliding the blade across that animals throat. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Choose the cruelty free alternatives, because It’s never been easier to be vegan! If you need some guidance I’m here to help
According to yesterday’s #published#study on “The biomass distribution on Earth”, humans are just 0.01% of all life but have destroyed 83% of wild mammals. And of those animals we haven’t yet killed: “Of the #mammals alive on #Earth today, the study revealed that just four percent are #wild animals while 36 percent are #humans and 60 percent are #livestock kept by humans, with #cows and #pigs accounting for the majority of this population. Furthermore, at present, #farmed#poultry make up 70 percent of the world’s bird population while only 30 percent of #birds are wild.
Be the change you want to see in the world.
Please stop killing animals.
http://www.pnas.org/content/early/2018/05/15/1711842115 📷: Volunteer work caring for rescued #elephants in Mae Chaem District, #Thailand
This little one may have just been curious about the crazy lady out in the rain but I prefer to think 'protect the mama' was the goal.
👉Swipe, and decide for yourself.
Rainy day makes for awesome natural color saturation.💚
“This is a drawing of 250 animal eyes, approximately how many individuals are killed every second in the UK.” Take 250 lives and times it by 12, this is how many animals are killed in slaughter houses around the world at this very moment. That’s 3,000 lives taken every second. Imagine how many have been slaughtered within the time you read this post. Beautiful drawing by @katelouisepowell
WORLDWIDE WATER SHORTAGE
Swapping a meal of 1 pound of meat will save the equivalent of 6 months of showers (1800-2000 gallons). At present 1.5 billions people don't have drinking water available and it's getting worse. By 2025 it's estimated it will reach 2/3 of world population.
Your choice is in your plate.
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