Denise McGee-Routzahn
Denise McGee-Routzahn

And people wonder why I don't eat meat. All animals suffer in the hands of commercial companies such as Tyson.

Babak Sadegh-Zadeh
Babak Sadegh-Zadeh

Pls take the Pledge!

Cari Catron
Cari Catron

Who out there is eating frozen chicken? Yuck

Priscilla Andrews
Priscilla Andrews

I need to become a vegan.

Celina Marie Fiorino
Celina Marie Fiorino

I've been boycotting Tyson for over 5 years now, since I saw that they abuse chickens, and I won't go into detail...it is too upsetting <3!

Suzan Wood
Suzan Wood

We don't use Tyson products anyway, but do support this cause 100%.

Tim Kelly
Tim Kelly

I love fried chicken. And bacon is rite up there with sex.

Linda Rance
Linda Rance

Itopped buying anything from Tyson when the story first broke about the unhumane treatment of pigs came out. Until Tyson changes the way they treat animals, I will not purchase anything they sell.

Lisa White
Lisa White

SIGNED & SHARED! This is disgusting!

Jacquelyn Prestegaard
Jacquelyn Prestegaard

When done properly, the raising and slaughtering of livestock animals is done humanely, without any pain, and with as little stress to the animal as possible. This is thanks to modern agricultural practices.

If you drive a car or ride a bike, the tires are very likely made with animal-based stearic acid. If you use shampoo or conditioner, they are typically made with more than a dozen animal-based components. Brush your teeth? Glycerin is made from animal and vegetable fats. As you can see,...

When done properly, the raising and slaughtering of livestock animals is done humanely, without any pain, and with as little stress to the animal as possible. This is thanks to modern agricultural practices.

If you drive a car or ride a bike, the tires are very likely made with animal-based stearic acid. If you use shampoo or conditioner, they are typically made with more than a dozen animal-based components. Brush your teeth? Glycerin is made from animal and vegetable fats. As you can see, animals are a necessity to society, and it's the agriculturalist's job to see that they are all treated with utmost dignity and respect. I personally believe that someone with a Ph.D. in Animal Behavior will know much more about "animal emotion" than a typical animal rights activist.

And to everyone who stoops low enough to personally attack someone who disagrees with you - unfortunately your argument is invalid. A true argument does not involve the personal degradation of either party.

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