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Kentucky to Fully Ban Veal Crates By 2018

on 11 March 2014

Kentucky is now the eighth state in America to ban the use of cruel veal crates. The Kentucky Livestock Care Standards Commission has issued new rules that prohibit the confinement of calves raised for veal in cramped crates. Veal crates confine calves for their short, 16-weeks long lives, tethered at the neck and unable to turn around. The ban will go into full effect by 2018. Unfortunately, the commission didn’t include two other inhumane factory farming practices in their updated rules: cutting of dairy cows' tails and the use of gestation crates for breeding pigs. (ecorazzi.com)

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