Dust storms wrecked havoc and choked cattle. Farmers couldn’t make money because their crops were destroyed. The rains of dust were called “Black Blizzards.” The Dust Bowl drove 60% population out of the region. By 1940 2.5 million people fled the region. Farmers by then lost all their crops and all money they could have made.
Grazing is a large part of why many native plants are becoming rare as grazing causes the plants to be uprooted. Farmers are frustrated with these animals because it causes a loss in income due to the damages that feral ungulates such as pigs and goats cause to their crops. Crops such as macadamia nuts, coffee, vegetables, and fruit orchards. Not only are crops being destroyed but landscaping as well. There are many homeowners that care for their yards only to be a victim of the overpopulation of feral ungulates invading and destroying their yards.
The animals in CAFOS around the world consume nearly 70% of antibiotics, perhaps more than 24 million pounds a year. This is why I think factory farming should be banned for all the safety hazards and the animal abuse towards those pigs. If we replaced all those factory farms with family farms where the cattle or pigs can run around and play until they get butchered instead of sitting in pins all there life and getting trampled to death. They also have to live in there own feces, and the ventilation system isn’t the best. Where on a family farm the animals would be able to run around without getting trampled to death, or having to live in there own feces.
o Kill A Mockingbird is where a little girl named scout watched her dad defend blacks against whites. It also relates to the Dust Bowl. In the book a guy named Mr.Cunningham had to pay people with food because the Dust Bowl destroyed a lot of things and the people who were affected by it were basically left with nothing. The Dust Bowl was were down in some of the southern states there was a lot of wind and it cause a ton of dust to rise and destroy everything. It happened down around Texas and Oklahoma.
In the article Zoos The Historical Debate it states, “Red Pandas died after ingesting rat poison.I can 't imagine how they found the rat poison. Also it states, , “Azavark have limited diet that zoos have a hard time fulfilling.” If they don 't have the right food don 't bring in these animals. And if that was not enough, the article continues to say “Zebras At the National Zoo Washington DC.starved to death because of insufficient or incorrect food”. This means the zookeepers are not trained well that means animals don 't
Millions of animals are abused and left to die a long exhausting death each year. Many people don’t know that the cosmetic products they own are tested to see if the products are safe for humans. In the process of the testing animals are tested using harmful chemicals that often burn the animal’s skins and the ruthless workers leaving them to die a long painful death. Animal testing is inhumane and should be banned. Animal testing kills and tortures millions of animals each year.
But they are just killing and making the animals fear everyone. About 5000 healthy animals are put down at zoos if they don't cooperate or if they do something wrong. In other words, zoos are the biggest nightmare for animals. Zoos have kept many secrets from everyone, which is very scary. In fact the scariest thing is that people die in zoos when they are trying to perform a show for others, animals are put down or abused at zoos, but most importantly animals are taken away from their homes.
Researches have shown that each year, over 100 million animals are tortured and killed in American laboratories alone, including dogs, cats and more; this shows how far out of hand animal testing have gotten. It’s cruel and inhumane, which is why it has to end right now. If you disagree, you have to ask yourself: “Why not? Why don’t you want to end their suffering? How can you sit there and watch such cruelty?” Making animals test subjects are wrong, no matter what’s its purpose.
AUSTRALIA SHOULD BAN LIVE ANIMAL EXPORTS INTRODUCTION Year after year, Australians have been shocked by the images of the live export trade. However, despite this, the cruelty continues. Australia continues to export millions of livestock from our shores every year, condemning them to a painful and prolonged death. It was only last October that the “bloodbath” involving Australian sheep exported to the Middle East for the annual ‘Festival of Sacrifice’ , renewed calls for Australia to steer away from the live export trade after thousands were butchered on local streets. To add further disgust to Australians, it was only 2 months later in December, that the mechanical breakdown of a Western Australian ship saw 13000 animals stranded at sea.
Every year, almost 50 million turkeys get slaughtered for Thanksgiving, and this is only U.S. Us turkeys lose dear family members every year to this treacherous “holiday” that celebrates the deaths of innocent creatures such as myself. Since the day I was born, my parents and others of our flock warned me about the dangers of going near humans during the month of November. Our flock is domesticated, meaning we lost the ability to fly, which made it much harder for me to get away when being captured. At a young age I was taught how to gobble, so I can give out distress calls to my family if I am in danger.