Colorado Senate Bill 201
A Colorado bill to increase regulations on confined animals that are
raised for pork and veal is moving forward. This bill would prohibit the
confinement of gestating sows or calves raised for veal in a way that
does not allow the animal to stand up, lie down and turn around without
touching the enclosure’s sides. However, the bill does not include
regulation of caged egg-laying hens, which HSUS President, Wayne Pacelle,
believes it is “a piece of unfinished business."
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Farmed animals are endowed with God-given rights and instincts, which
they are unable to exercise in factory farms. Gestational crates and
veal crates are some of the cruelest inventions of humans in order to
exploit animals for profit and taste.
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