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Animal Slaughter. Approximately one cow is killed every 20 seconds, 200 cows are killed per hour and 2000 cows are killed daily . Hen about to have her throat cut in a slaughter house.

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Animal Slaughter


Approximately one cow is killed every 20 seconds, 200 cows are killed per hour and 2000 cows are killed daily.


Hen about to have her throat cut in a slaughter house.


Rejected chick about to fall off conveyor belt into a grinding machine that will grind him up alive.


Examples of what goes into animal rendering machines:

  • Heads and hooves from cattle, sheep, pigs and horses

  • Animal blood and bones

  • Leftover animal fat and rejects from restaurants

  • Dead pets (cats and dogs) from vets and animal shelters

  • Supermarket rejects (over date meat)

  • Flea collars (from dead animals)

  • Styrofoam trays from packed unsold supermarket meats

  • Cattle ID tags


Cow being slaughtered to provide Halal or Kosher meat.


Dogs being boiled alive


"These hogs get up to the scalding tank, hit the water, and just start screaming and kicking. I'm not sure whether the hogs burn to death before drowning. The water is 140 degrees."


Abattoir Staff at a Slaughter house in the UK, stubbing out a lit cigarette in the pigs faces.


“Now and then a visitor wept, but this slaughtering-machine ran on, visitors or no visitors. It was like some horrible crime committed in a dungeon, all unseen and unheeded, buried out of sight.”


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