Sheer Horror at Superior Farms: Speak Up for Lambs!
Compassion Over Killing’s courageous investigators work undercover to shine a bright light on the suffering of farm animals kept hidden behind the closed doors of animal agribusiness.
Sadly, the gentle lambs documented at Superior Farms are not the only ones suffering and dying in this cruel industry. Lamb consumption is drastically lower in the US today than it was 50 years ago. Despite this decline, there are approximately two million of these gentle animals slaughtered annually nationwide. And as with most animals farmed for meat, lambs (or young and baby sheep) account for the majority of those killed.
Thankfully, there are simple steps YOU — and each one of us — can take to make a difference for lambs and all farm animals.
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In 2015, the US produced 27.1 million pounds of shorn wool. Wool and sheepskins are found in outerwear, footwear like Uggs, and more. At Superior Farms, COK’s investigator documented large piles of lamb skins and wool, ripped off after the lambs meet a violent death, that Superior Farms sells to companies that turn them into UGGs and car seat covers. Cruelty should never be in style!
But there are plenty of compassionate alternatives in stores and online -- so shop sweetly for sheep and lambs with stylish items from these vegan or vegan-friendly companies:
Coats & Clothing: