Our Hen House interviews Dr. Melanie Joy for their latest podcast.
Today in Speciesism: Goats used in Brooklyn art installation spared from slaughter because they were found to be "endearing."
An overview and response to the Introduction of Marc Mekoff’s book, “Animals Matter.”
A yoga studio and healing center in New Hampshire recently killed chickens for a slaughter demonstration. Yes, you read that right — the owners of Be Well Studios and a natural market […]
“Domesecration is the systemic practice of violence in which social animals are enslaved and biologically manipulated, resulting in their objectification, subordination, and oppression. “Through domesecration, many species of animals that lived on […]
The Background This is a follow-up to this post. Urban Adamah (UA), a Jewish community center, had 15 hens. When the hens were no longer producing eggs to the center’s satisfaction, the […]
Today’s post over at Archaeology and Material Culture, Unsavory Materiality: The Aesthetics of Institutional Food, shares some shocking information: Food waste […] is much easier to quantify and serves as a somewhat shocking […]
Sad story. This whale washed up on shore & was then ‘tagged’ by someone under pier at Tennessee Ave in Atlantic City. pic.twitter.com/Nw0sAQZdW9 — FOX 29 (@FOX29philly) May 1, 2014 Philly […]
Quote of the Day: Urban Adamah’s Ritual Chicken Slaughter Cancelled Because Protestors Would Have Caused The Birds “Undue Stress”
Urban Adamah is “a community organic farm and Jewish environmental education center located in Berkeley, CA” and “integrates urban organic farming, direct social justice work and progressive Jewish living and learning.” The […]
An article over at the New York Times has the following headline: “With Farm Robotics, the Cows Decide When It’s Milking Time.” This headline is trying to suggest that dairy cows have […]