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Ultra fine wool? Ultra cruel wool.
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Ultra fine wool? Ultra cruel wool.

Posted 24 May 2011   by         Permalink | 2 Comments

Tags: sheep, ultra-fine wool, factory farming, video, George Negus

Did you catch 6.30 with George Negus last night? He aired a shocking story about Australia's new breed of factory farming - battery sheep. If you missed it, don't despair, here's the video:

Unbelievable, huh? And to think this is all for a fashion trend - ultra-fine wool. Well done to George and the team for running the story!

If you wanna do something to help these poor sheep, join the Unleashed campaign to end the factory farming of sheep! Click here to ask the Victorian Government to ban these cruel single pens.

Then check out this moving video and share it with all your Facebook friends and Twitter followers. Help us get the word out there!

Sheep have been suffering in silence inside these sheds for way too long!

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OinkMoo OinkMoo 24 May 2011
1
i saw this last night, unbelivable, i didnt know about the fine wool industry and how bad it was. thank you for getting te message out there, none of my friends from school have herd of this industry - thank you ~baa
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Pegs Pegs 25 May 2011
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That was a horrible (but good) show!!!! It made me so sad. And to think, people will just say "Well, at least they are in no danger of other animals" sad
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