To the outrage of ranchers but the gratification of environmentalists, the Mexican gray wolf has bounced back to its highest population numbers in nearly 50 years. According to The Wall Street Journal, the wolf was driven from its habitat located in northern Mexico and the southwestern United States around the 1970’s mainly due to hunting… Read More Ranchers Angered Over Wolf Species Return
3 Mexican grey wolves were found killed in Arizona during January of this year in which they were alleged to have been part of seven livestock kills during that month. Give wolves endangered species protections, and this is the result. Most likely, the wolves were killed by ranchers who had had enough of their livestock… Read More Arizona, Federal Wildlife Officials Investigate Deaths of 3 Mexican Wolves
Like has been pointed out multiple times on this site, Environmentalists use animal predators to attack humans and the animals we use to feed ourselves. They do this in hopes of shrinking the food supply resulting in more human deaths. – GJ By Greg Walcher Complete Colorado The proposed ballot measure forcing introduction of wolves… Read More Walcher: Forced wolf introduction debate really about cattle
Charges were dropped against Braglio Farms owner, Scott Braglio, by Maryland state authorities in a case stemming from a citizen complaint alleging Braglio made threatening statements over public airwaves brought by Life With Pigs animal sanctuary head Ryan Phillips. The Baltimore Sun reports that Braglio has not only has he been cleared of any wrong… Read More Animal “Rights” Thugs Terrorize MD Farmer
Two Maryland women were arrested by police last week and charged with multiple counts of burglary and theft related to a calf being stolen from Braglio Farms in Woodstock, Maryland during mid-April. The Virginia Gazette states that Jennifer Lauren Sully, 44 of Baltimore County, Maryland, and Erika Lynn Wilkinson, 19, of Falls Church (who remains… Read More D.C.-Area Animal “Rights” Thieves Charged in MD. Cow Theft
Tim Pearce | May 14, 2019 – The Daily Caller Three environmental groups sued the federal government on Monday to block the renewal of a 10-year grazing permit for Oregon ranchers Dwight and Steven Hammond, The Oregonian reports. Western Watersheds Project, the Center for Biological Diversity and WildEarth Guardians filed suit against the Bureau of… Read More Environmentalists Sue Oregon Ranchers Pardoned by Trump
In the past few weeks harassment of Western Australian farmers has been getting worse. Farm Weekly reveals that arguments between farmers and animal rights activists that occurred on social media are now being conducted person-to-person and the results are not pretty. Dairy farmer Jason Parravicini got into an argument with thugs with the group Direct… Read More Western Australian Farmers Harassed by Animal “Rights” Activists
Despite environmentalists being gleeful that wolves are no longer extinct in Germany, farmers are up in arms and, according to The Guardian, are trying to make the case to German lawmakers that they should have the right to shoot the wolves on sight due to the threat the wolves pose to their livestock in which… Read More German Farmers and Environmentalists Spar Over Return of Wolves
In light of Aussie Farms’s online map of abattoirs and farms, dairy farmers are prepared for animal rights intruders and will take measures to defend themselves. Below is an interview with Australia’s National Farmers Federation President Fiona Simpson who appeared on ABC News for an interview about the online map and the implications for the… Read More When Does Activism Turn Into Terrorism?
Dairy farmers state they’re the subject of harassment and intimidation by animal rights activists and have been warned of planned protesters. CBS Sacramento reported on this citing dairy farmer Hank Van Exel of Lodi.