fake ray bans | cheap ray ban outlet 0376

Posted by Becs on Jun 23, 2015 in News

Veterinary office reviewing
discount ray bans pig plant footage

TORONTO The office of Manitoba chief veterinarian said Sunday it has received and will review footage of the treatment of pigs at a hog farm that has sparked accusations of animal abuse.

Animal Health and Welfare Manager Terry Whiting said video footage taken at a Puratone Corp. farm in Arborg, Man., by animal rights
cheap ray bans group Mercy For Animals Canada was received Friday, but couldn comment on whether an investigation has been launched.

The footage, released online and to CTV shows pigs bleeding from open wounds in tight metal cages, pregnant pigs with distended, inflamed bellies and piglets being slammed down on the floor by staff.

Mercy For Animals Canada says it was shot between August and September by an undercover investigator at the Puratone facility.

Investigations director Twyla Francois said the footage was recorded with a pinhole camera worn by an activist who was hired as an animal care technician by Puratone after applying to several Manitoba pig farms selected at random.

investigator purely went in as the eyes and
cheap ray bans ears. He just recorded what he saw each day, and footage doesn lie, she said.

Puratone CEO Ray Hildebrand said in a statement that the company is by the images which he said do not reflect its animal care rules.

He said an investigation is underway and that there will be actions taken as a result of the video.

vast majority of our people respect the animals under their care and follow good stewardship practices. We require all staff to adhere to animal welfare policies and nothing else will be tolerated, he said.

The advocacy group said meat from the plant is purchased by major grocery chains Sobeys, Loblaws, Metro, and Walmart Canada. It calling for the stores to ban the purchase of meat from farms that use the metal crates.

Twyla said the group has sent a legal petition to Manitoba top veterinarian alleging the footage shows the farm violates the province animal welfare law.

these are standard practices (in the industry), they do cause unnecessary suffering We believe that we have grounds for the Office of the Chief Veterinarian to act, she said.

think we at an interesting turning point where the public is now seeing into the hidden world of factory farming and the public is outraged, and rightly so. said the group investigator recorded auditors from Maple Leaf Foods Inc. which is in the process of buying Puratone touring the
cheap ray bans facility as the alleged mistreatment was occurring.

saw all this so they clearly did tolerate it and they were aware of it, she alleged.

Maple Leaf was not immediately available for comment Sunday but said in a statement on its website that it will conduct a audit of Puratone animal care policies after the purchase is finalized.

The company said the treatment shown in the video does not reflect industry practices and is tolerated at Maple Leaf. group the Canadian Pork Council said in a release Saturday that it has asked an independent panel of animal welfare experts to review the footage.

soon as we have their input, we will determine what steps are necessary to ensure humane treatment of animals on Canadian hog farms remains the norm, it stated.

Mercy For Animals Canada has scheduled news conferences Monday in Winnipeg, Toronto and Montreal to release more details on the videos and call for grocery store chains to be more stringent about how they source their meat products.Articles Connexes:

Tags: , , ,

 

Spirit of British Invention…

Posted by Dunc on Apr 13, 2011 in News

What’s this!? Two posts in as many days? I know! Shocking.

Well this is just a mere scrap. A thought for the day if you like.

A quick trip to that well known search engine brought to my attention that today, 13th April 2011, celebrates 240 years since the birth of the pioneering British inventor and engineer, Richard Trevithick. Famous for many things, but probably most notable for his work on steam engines and boilers. He built the first full-scale working railway engne. On 21 February 1804, the world’s first locomotive-hauled railway journey took place as Trevithick’s unnamed steam locomotive hauled a train along the tramway of the Penydarren Ironworks, near Merthyr Tydfil in Wales. God only knows what he must make of the state of the railways these days. He must be turning in his grave! If you are stuck on a train today…raise your paper cup of exceedingly overpriced and under quality coffee in his honour. ttfn.

:)

 

Ding ding…all change…

Posted by Dunc on Apr 12, 2011 in News, Stuff

Well well! What a monumental loss of focus we have had on this very blog. For that we are eternally sorry :)

In all honestly it’s been a world of change for us. No longer do we brave the murky grey skies of Manchester (although the city is strangely missed), as two of the team moved out into the Peak District countryside and the other two of us have moved down to Nottingham. New jobs, new homes and new places to visit.

Although, this little website has unfortunately been neglected, I have very much been keeping tabs on the plethora of British Made craft and produce to emerge over the last year or so. Read more…

 

Carry On Britain on a budget

Posted by Lou on Aug 26, 2009 in Carry On Britain on a budget, News

The recession has hit Carry on Britain!

Two weeks ago I lost my job, well I took voluntary redundancy, to pursue my career as a freelance designer (shameless plug alert! lovelittle). Anyway, this forced us to re-evaluate our lifestyle on a grand scale. No more going out for dinner, no more trips to the coast and no more deli counters with their fancy cheeses and stuffed olives. It’s back to basics for Carry on Britain but our ethics and beliefs  wildstar platinum will not change. Throughout our journey I will be looking for healthy, cheap, British food and I will document our journey here. Just check the menu bar for Carry on Britain on a budget for regular updates.United States

 

I didn’t forget about you. I’ve been too busy making snowmen

Posted by Lou on Feb 16, 2009 in News, Skincare

bob

Its been ages since I’ve posted.

I feel I have neglected my duties.

So…lots to write about.

1st lets talk skincare.

LIZ EARLE. If you’re like me and you’re basically allergic to everything (I’m atopic apparently), skincare can become a boring lifeless chore. Well, that was until Liz Earle came along. I can’t stress enough how wonderful the Cleanse and Polish is and when you wash it off with a muslin cloth you feel so clean.

OK skincare is over, lets talk food (that didn’t take long). I know, I’m becoming really sad. I’ve found heaven is when I get home and I can dive into my cookbooks and plan out dinners. I’ve been so happy with Abel and Cole – the parsnips have seriously rocked my world. I love how the man turns up in his van every Wednesday at 9.30am, I love rituals!

Unfortunately this week I’ve been away so I haven’t been able to make the Easy Carrot and Coriander Soup but Covent Garden Soups have been a nice change.

So far we have stuck to buying British really well. After watching the Great British food fight all of our meat is Organic free range and British. All of our fruit and veg is from Able and Cole, of which most is sourced from Britain. We are obsessed with potato and rosemary bread from Barbakan and I’ll never eat a yogurt that isn’t from Longley farm again.

I will point out that I’ve not become a mad Daily Mail reader just yet, even though they do have excellent celebrity gossip online.

All in all, a month and a half in, we have saved money because we aren’t lured by rubbish in supermarkets and I’ve lost weight because we aren’t eating out all the time and our food is more wholesome.

Copyright © 2015 Carry On Britain All rights reserved. 34 LOGIN