Such happy piggies. Moved our grower girls to their new woodland today. Had some amazing friends help and we couldn’t have done it without them @liadanaylward . It took 4 hours but we stayed smiling throughout and the sun shone - perfect
As I’ve made it my mission to remain positive and hopeful in these difficult times....... my mission is also to try to promote as much as I can!!!! Drink milk people!!!!! Eat some cheese! 💪🏼🧀🥛🐮😎 🍁🐮
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This is Tiffany our sweet lil maiden girl. She has really taken an interest in the boys especially that Finn..the one in the blue💕It's kinda cute to watch because he really likes her too. See him staring😂
Robin ya ha sido operada. Además de yemas a medio formar pudriéndose y adheridas en su abdomen, tiene cáncer de oviducto. Al igual que Juli, Robin tiene pequeños tumores en el intestino. El pronóstico es malo, puede que no le quede mucho de vida, pero Juli está muy bien disfrutando a tope de su vida y tomando una analgesia que además reduce el tamaño de los tumores, ambas podrán vivir más tiempo en buenas condiciones.
Robin sigue ingresada y cada día de ingreso son 30€. La radiografía y cirugía son 100€ pero como fue de urgencia será más cara, la consulta de urgencia también tenemos que sumarla. Necesitamos vuestra ayuda para afrontar ésta estación tan dura para las gallinas los gastos veterinarios de salvar sus vidas. Por favor aporta lo que puedas! Te lo agradecemos en nombre de las gallinas, por preocuoarte por ellas y cuidar sus cuerpos ❤Gracias por vuestro apoyo! ➡ Dona a nuestro paypal: email@example.com ➡ Ingresa o transfiere un DONATIVO en la CUENTA: Banco Santander IBAN ES95 0049 4388 3028 9001 5697
Back in October I went to the premiere of the Eating Animals documentary in NYC. Even though I read the book eight years ago and have been vegan ever since, the film really inspired me to do more than just avoid animal products. So as I waited for food at Blossom, one of my favorite vegan spots in the city, after leaving the theater I decided then and there that I needed to use my camera to tell the stories of the farms around the country where animals that have escaped the slaughterhouse go to live out their lives. The goal is to turn it into a book. I knew this wasn't a unique idea, but it felt like the right one for me in my heart, so that's going to be a big focus for me as this year goes on. I'll be traveling a lot and there are so many sanctuary farms that I'm sure to be able to hit plenty of them. It's all super exciting to me.
With this idea fresh in my head I completely by chance came across a woman called Sammantha Fisher (@sfisherx), who not only photographs the animals in these sanctuaries, but is also local to me. I reached out to her and got some great advice along with a ton of inspiration. Today a few of her prints arrived at my house and I was completely moved by how beautiful they are. This one is of Chester, a cow at the Rancho Relaxo sanctuary (@boochaces) here in New Jersey. Gorgeous.
I'm going to look at these prints constantly and continue to be inspired to create great, compassionate work. I'm grateful to have attracted someone like Sammantha who can show me that it's possible and to keep me moving forward with my work.
Living in South Dakota, agriculture plays a huge role in not only what we eat but in our thriving community as well. Did you know that 98 percent of farms in our state are family owned and operated? Take today to thank a farmer in your life and celebrate everything they do for us and South Dakota. Happy National Ag Day! #hungryfortruthsd