Monday, November 21, 2016

Nebraska rancher is removed from Humane Society post

A rancher from central Nebraska’s Sherman County has left the chairmanship of the Humane Society of the United States’ Ag Advisory Group. Kevin Fulton, of Litchfield, says he was removed from the post by the society’s CEO, Wayne Pacelle. Fulton says a minority of the members promote veganism and give agriculture a bad name. Fulton says, “There’s a very strong faction of vegan abolitionists there that really resisted our efforts and it caused dissension inside the organization as well as with a lot of our farmers.” Some of those vegan members, he says, are hurting the organization by pushing forward a radical agenda. “The final straw for me was their farm animal protection campaign promoting an event called ‘The Future of Food and Farming’ that didn’t include any farmers or food producers, which I thought was unusual,” Fulton says. “Yet they brought in a very radical keynote speaker who promotes bestiality. He says it’s wrong to eat animals but it’s okay to have sex with them, as long as you don’t harm them.”...more

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