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PETA cranks up the cute factor

Date: 
Mon, 08/03/2015

One of the most widely known animal rights groups is no stranger to using emotional appeal to win over people’s minds.

By Brittany Statz, 2015 Hoard’s Dairyman Editorial Intern

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We’ve seen them all when we view websites, videos or photos posted by anti-agriculture groups. The furry kittens, bouncing puppies and wide-eyed bunnies have made us all go “awwww” at some point or another. Let’s be honest: animal rights propaganda is good at making people feel all sorts of emotions.

Take, for example, this video called “Down on the Farm.” It features a song and a plucky guitar to give the video a homespun feel during its 1-minute, 17-second duration.

Scene One: the video starts off with a cow, a pig and a chicken living what would appear to be happy, uninterrupted lives. Read more

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