Liberation BC dairy campaign planning underway!

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Liberation BC dairy campaign planning underway!

The Dairy Project is a focused campaign run by Liberation BC that aims to change the public’s perception and consumption of dairy products. The project is currently in the research and planning stage. Project members conducted the survey to identify effective strategies to focus the campaign on. Survey questions addressed the type and amount of


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Remember mother cows this Mother’s Day with the Cow Ribbon Campaign!

  Mother’s Day is just around the corner! We launched the Cow Ribbon campaign in 2010 to recognize the suffering of dairy cows. Dairy cows must endure a constant cycle of pregnancy and birth in order to maintain uninterrupted milk production. Unfortunately, dairy cows usually only get to be mothers for a matter of hours


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Walk for Farm Animals: Michael the calf

Since Liberation BC’s 7th annual Walk for Farm Animals to benefit Farm Sanctuary is coming up on October 5th–this weekend!–we’re introducing you to just a few of the some of the approximately 900 animals who live at Farm Sanctuary’s three shelters.  Are you ready for the Walk?  There’s still time to register and start fundraising! This is part of a series


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July’s volunteer night

For July’s volunteer night, eight of us met up in downtown Vancouver to do some summer outreach in the sunshine.  Armed with our Eating the Planet and Dairy: What you need to know leaflets, our volunteers spread out and began to work their magic. We started the evening with 1000 leaflets… …and ended with exactly


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Bizarre form of torture for dairy cows

On the heels of our Cow Ribbon campaign, comes this bizarre video from a company called AnimartInc. It features their device, the UdderSinge.  It’s pretty much what it sounds like, believe it or not: Udder Singe uses a low temperature flame to remove hair from the udder and belly to aid in reducing mastitis incidences and


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Mother’s Day Cow Ribbon Event

On Mother’s Day 2013, we headed out to Georgia and Granville again to spread the word about the cruelty of the dairy industry.  (Check out our 2012 Mother’s Day event.)  We had our cow ribbons on hand for people to purchase. You can still get your own cow ribbon here for a donation of $5!


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Cow Ribbon Campaign: Dylan’s Story

As we approach Mother’s Day (May 12th), it’s time to spread the word about compassion for all mothers with our Cow Ribbon Campaign.  This is part five in a series of stories about mother cows and their babies. Have you gotten your cow ribbon yet? But first, why wear a cow ribbon?  What do dairy cows have to do with


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Cow Ribbon Campaign: the story of Freedom, Summer, and Sadie

Two weeks left until Mother’s Day!  There’s still time to get your cow ribbon for a minimum donation of $5.  It’s time to spread the word about compassion for all mothers with our Cow Ribbon Campaign.  This is part four in a series of stories about mother cows and their babies. Have you gotten your cow ribbon yet? But first,


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Cow Ribbon Campaign: the story of Alexander, Blitzen, and Lawrence

As we approach Mother’s Day (May 12th), it’s time to spread the word about compassion for all mothers with our Cow Ribbon Campaign.  This is part three in a series of stories about mother cows and their babies. Have you gotten your cow ribbon yet? But first, why wear a cow ribbon?  What do dairy cows have to do with


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Cow Ribbon Campaign: Maybelle’s Story

As we approach Mother’s Day (May 12th), it’s time to spread the word about compassion for all mothers with our Cow Ribbon Campaign.  This is part two in a series of stories about mother cows and their babies. Have you gotten your cow ribbon yet? But first, why wear a cow ribbon?  What do dairy cows have to do with


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