Friday, April 10, 2009

Easter Eggs Are Products Of Misery

BETHESDA, Md. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Easter eggs may look bright and happy, but they’re colored with horror.

This Easter (Apr. 12), Dawn Moncrief, spokesperson for the Farm Animal Rights Movement (F.A.R.M.), wants everyone to know that painting and eating Easter eggs contributes to the slow torture and eventual slaughter of innocent chickens.

She says, “Eggs are one of the cruelest products out there. Chickens suffer a great deal to produce eggs. They’re very much a product of misery.”

To get the most amount of eggs, farms and factories starve chickens, since it’s in their nature to produce more eggs when they’re hungry.

The cluckers are also kept under extremely cruel conditions, often sharing a tiny cage with eight other chickens, never seeing the light of day, and having their beaks cut off to prevent them from pecking.

By not using eggs on Easter, Moncrief says people won’t contribute to the terrible treatment and says eating chocolate is a “much better option anyway.”

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