Day: September 21, 2021

Germany: the disgusting action of a farmer

After a wolf tear: Farmer hangs up dead cattle in the village!!!

In a Brandenburg town, a wolf is ripping off a cattle in a paddock.
The farmer hangs it up so that it can be seen by pedestrians and drivers.
To this end, he writes on a cardboard sign: “Wolf sacrifice. Thanks to the dreamers in this country. “

In a small town in Brandenburg, a farmer caused quite a stir.
Jens Schreinike keeps cattle in a paddock.
According to him, one of them fell victim to a wolf on Friday night.

He and his father had hung the torn cattle on the family property in such a way that it was visible to passers-by and motorists, reports the “Märkische Allgemeine Zeitung” (MAZ).

A cardboard sign above said: “Wolf sacrifice. Thanks to the dreamers in this country. “

In the afternoon, by order of the police, Schreinike had to remove the cattle again.
“It was a spontaneous action after the wolf tear. We wanted to show people that behind the numbers in the crack statistics there are such images, ”the farmer explained to the“ MAZ ”.
They are pictures that he and his colleagues in Brandenburg would see on a regular basis.

For the farmer Schreinike it is incomprehensible that the wolf is strictly protected throughout Germany. Violations can result in severe penalties – up to five years in prison are possible:

This is exactly how it looks in reality when snatched animals are rescued from the pasture,” Schreinike told the newspaper.
“We are not allowed to defend our property, we have to accept it. As a grazing animal owner, you feel like someone who is tied up and also being beaten, ”he said.
Only through actions like these would the location of the grazing animal keepers be made visible. “Otherwise nobody would notice.”
Schreinike: “High protection status no longer justified” (!!!)

Schreinike calls on politicians at federal and state level to rethink and act. The wolf population must be regulated. The wolf population in Brandenburg is so large “that the high protection status is no longer justified,” the farmer told the newspaper “MAZ”.

And I mean…And when his beloved animals are “torn” by the butcher – he then also hangs them up in public with a cardboard sign: “Human sacrifices. Thanks to the meat eaters in this country “?
Same thing, other perpetrators.

Every day in Germany “according to the Federal Statistical Office, an average of more than two million animals are slaughtered”.
Per day!
And … “150 billion animals are slaughtered worldwide every year, 4756 per second …”
All wolves in the world won’t even manage that in 100 years!

Shepherds howl when wolves, bears or eagles steal a sheep from them, but I have never seen a shepherd cry in front of a three-story truck that carries sheep hundreds of kilometers on top of each other through a heat of 35 ° or even 40 °.

Their “grazing” animals are ultimately also brutally killed in slaughterhouses without any control and carted into the mobile coffins on all the highways of the world.
And that is subsidized.

But woe oh woe, when the wolf comes and kills an animal, because predators do not practice environmentally damaging factory farming, they eat what is there or starve to death.

Then the ambitious hunter and the “animal-loving” farmer, including the press, transform into courageous “Bambi”- protectors.
And then it goes happily on the witch hunt against the bad wolf!

The wolf is not the culprit.
The real criminals are those who enslave animals out of economic interest, torture them and finally give them to the slaughterhouse for massacre

My best regards to all, Venus

India: The Latest From Erika, Jim and All the Crew At ‘Animal Aid Unlimited’ – Amazing Rescues and Treatment 21/9/21.

Dear Mark,

The expression “rain or shine” gets a whole new meaning in the intense weather of Rajasthan. We’re experiencing a late monsoon, and we want to take a moment to thank our incredibly cheerful, often drenched, staff. Our kennels and animal treatment areas are protected, but because we have nearly year-round sun and extreme heat most areas are outside and do get muddy when it rains. The smiling faces we see, with rain sometimes soaking right through their rain gear, not only boosts the spirits of the other staff, but it affects the animals too with the loving encouragement they need. Thank you for appreciating our tenderhearted and stalwart crew.

Elvis’s sadness lifted as he healed, and then he started singing!

Precious Elvis, a teenaged puppy, screamed in pain when his rescuers tried to lift him.

His feet had been run over by a vehicle, andone paw was crushed. His toes were splayed and swollen to twice their normal size. Standing was too excruciating to bear. Had he been an older dog with more brittle bones, Elvis might have been facing an amputation, but since puppy’s bones heal much faster than adults we decided it was worth trying to save his legs. We treated his wounds and wrapped his intensely painful feet in thick bandages, which we changed every day. The little guy was one of the most careful young patients we’ve ever had. He seemed determined to cause no fuss. But he was so inward we wondered if he was depressed. Then, when he’d progressed a bit on his healing journey, well, this boy burst out in song.

You can put a song in someone’s heart. Please donate.

Not Star Wars, Just Stars!

Luke Skywalker and Princess Leia

A wild piglet was seriously hurt with multiple puncture wounds from an animal attack. Even hours after her wounds were cleaned and bandaged, this young sweetheart trembled with fear. She would need incredible bravery, but snuggled deep into her blanket for the feeling of the comfort she had known sleeping with her siblings against her mother’s big body. Now she was all alone. Though she ate well, she was facing a long recovery, and she may have been significantly depressed. But someone very special was waiting for her, though none of us would have guessed.

Just one week after her admission, we rescued another little piglet with similar puncture wounds–a little boy piglet full of his own noisy squeals and twirls. As we treated his wound, we told him he was in for a beautiful surprise. As soon as we had secured his bandages, we delighted in introducing him to his new friend. Though they were a few weeks different in age, pigs are such social and emotional beings that no questions were asked! They bonded within minutes. We felt we could see their healing accelerate from the sheer joy in each other’s comfort and…play! Meet Luke and Leia, tumble-bunnies in action.

For injured and emotional babies Please donate.

Mauled by a leopard, but Beesie’s love of life won!

We can only imagine that the leopard was interrupted, though no one saw the attack–maybe Beesie fought back too hard.

He was in utter shock for hours after the attack to his throat and chest. Residents from a nearby village hurried him to our hospital. Saving his life seemed an almost impossible task. But his strength was phenomenal, and the jaws of the leopard had closed on him just millimeters short of killing him. His astonished eyes stayed wide as adrenalin ran through his body long after arriving in our hospital.

A great amount of flesh had been simply taken, and there was insufficient skin remaining to stitch closed the wounds. We kept them clean and snuggly bandaged, and changed them every day for 2 months. To our amazement, this dignified boy completely healed. Meet Beesie today!

The most frightening injuries need the bravest effort. Make a donation today

Too hurt even to cry, but wow, Tami transformed!

This sweet little baby was injured so seriously she couldn’t move or even really cry out in pain. Her mother and siblings seemed to sense something was wrong, and when our rescuers arrived, they were completely cooperative as they reached down and lifted up the limp little bundle.

When we cleaned her wound and bandaged her up, she started feeling much better and we were delighted to find she had a good appetite and was “all heart” when it came to healing. Within just 10 days her strength was completely restored and she could be reunited with her family again. We were so delighted by her great recovery.

Please donate to help precious little ones.

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Regards Mark

Agri News 21/9/21.

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Greenhouse gases released by New Zealand’s 6 million-cow dairy industry have hit an all-time high. Agriculture made up more than half of the country’s total industry and household emissions. The increase continued a longer-term rise in emissions from New Zealand agriculture, up 5.5% in the past decade.

Emissions from cows on New Zealand dairy farms reach record levels | New Zealand | The Guardian

Emissions from cows on New Zealand dairy farms reach record levels

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Calls for further regulation after latest data after latest data from Stats NZ shows greenhouse gas emissions rose another 3% in 2019

Greenhouse gases released by New Zealand’s dairy industry have hit an all-time high, according to the latest data.

Data from Stats NZ, just released for the years 2007-2019, showed dairy emissions rose 3.18% in 2019, to a total of 17,719 kilotonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent that year. That rise helped drive an overall increase across the agricultural sector, which released almost 42,000 kilotonnes that year.

Agriculture made up more than half of the total industry and household emissions measured by Stats NZ, with most of that split between dairy, sheep and beef farming. The increase continued a longer-term rise in emissions from New Zealand agriculture, where emissions were up 5.5% in the past decade.

The emissions created by the digestive systems of New Zealand’s 6.3m cows are among New Zealand’s biggest environmental problems. Agriculture is one of the country’s biggest producers of the greenhouse gases that cause global heating and the climate crisis.

Greenpeace spokesperson Steve Abel said it was “no surprise that when you let corporations and industries regulate themselves, they basically maintain the status quo of their pollution profile”.

“You have to step in and regulate and legislate to lower greenhouse gas emissions,” he said.

New Zealand is one of the world’s worst performers on emission increases. Its emissions rose by 57% between 1990 and 2018 – the second greatest increase of all industrialised countries. Earlier this year, data showed that New Zealand’s emissions had increased by 2% in 2018-19.

The president of Federated Farmers, Andrew Hoggard, said: “Food isn’t a nice-to-have, it’s a must-have, and New Zealand farmers are amongst the best in the world at producing food in a very low footprint.”

“For New Zealand to go off on some virtue signalling crusade to shut down its agricultural sector, just to say ‘Hey, we’ve reduced a heap of emissions’ hasn’t solved anything,” he added.

The sector is hopeful that new scientific developments, such as methane inhibitors, breeding, and using different forms of feed would continue to reduce methane emissions, Hoggard said.

In 2019, New Zealand passed multipartisan climate legislation setting a net zero by 2050 target for CO2 emissions, and set up the Climate Change Commission to map out a pathway there. The government is legally bound to formulate a policy response to the commission’s report, which was released in June – but has not outlined what those policy steps will be. The commission’s report found that some of the work to reduce methane emissions could be done through improved farm practices and breeding animals that produced less gas – but it would also require a drop in the number of total herd numbers by 10%-15%.

Hoggard also said methane emissions were down from 2006 – although data shows methane emissions spiked particularly high that year. Methane emissions since 2008 have been trending mostly up.

Abel said Thursday’s data release should be considered a conservative estimate, because it did not include emissions from transport, coal used to dehydrate milk powder, or the emissions of palm kernel imported for food.

“All of the promises of the dairy industry that it will self regulate and take charge of the problem are clearly not working, and that is borne out by the actual emissions data,” Abel said.

“We need farming, but farming needs to stop being this industrial polluter – it needs to move to making the land healthy, keeping our rivers healthy, keeping our fresh water healthy and not driving extreme weather events through climate change.”

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