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How to make your own viagra Folks, how to make your own viagra if you’ve not been following the saga of Bill and Lou, how to make your own viagra please head over to the VINE Sanctuary blog to catch up and learn what you can do. How to make your own viagra In brief, how to make your own viagra these two oxen have labored for Green Mountain College for ten years, how to make your own viagra yoked to plow fields or generate electricity.

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How to make your own viagra Lou developed a recurring injury—recurring because the college kept trying to work him as soon as it showed improvement–and can no longer handle that heavy labor. How to make your own viagra Bill won’t work with anybody else. How to make your own viagra So, how to make your own viagra the college decided that the most humane and environmentally sound way to treat these two animals–beloved school mascots who the school called members of the farm team–would be to slaughter them and use their grisly meat in hamburgers at the school cafeteria.

How to make your own viagra Some people on campus were upset by this decision and, how to make your own viagra having been steamrolled by peer pressure on campus, how to make your own viagra turned to a local animal rights group, how to make your own viagra Green Mountain Animal Defenders, how to make your own viagra who contacted VINE Sanctuary—which immediately called the college to offer the oxen a permanent retirement home free of charge. How to make your own viagra Since the decision had previously been between (1) killing them, how to make your own viagra (2) paying for their care, how to make your own viagra or (3) selling them off to an uncertain fate, how to make your own viagra this should have led to a reconsideration of the decision.

Me greeting Luna on her first day at the sanctuary... How to make your own viagra Hope I can greet Bill soon!

How to make your own viagra Instead the college refused the offer and commenced to stonewall, how to make your own viagra offering an ever-changing and often contradictory set of reasons why the animals must be killed in order to abide by the campus commitments to sustainability and animal welfare. How to make your own viagra No, how to make your own viagra you didn’t read that wrong. How to make your own viagra Sometimes, how to make your own viagra they say that killing Bill—who has no injuries—at a slaughterhouse rather than via euthanasia—would be best for him… because the transition to a sanctuary would be just too emotionally difficult. How to make your own viagra More often, how to make your own viagra they say that these animals must not be allowed to consume any more resources now that they cannot labor on behalf of humans.

How to make your own viagra Again, how to make your own viagra you can read all about it on the VINE Sanctuary blog. How to make your own viagra At this point, how to make your own viagra we’ve appealed to the college Board of Trustees, how to make your own viagra but we still need people to take action, how to make your own viagra so please do express yourself to the college—especially if you are an environmental activist or a scholar in any field. How to make your own viagra Tell the Provost and the President how such specious arguments (and such a callously cruel action) undermine the college’s academic credibility, how to make your own viagra especially in the areas of environmental ethics and animal studies—both of which they pride themselves on.

How to make your own viagra And—please—sanctuary cofounder Miriam Jones and I met in the context of disability rights activism, how to make your own viagra so this is particularly important to us: Please explicitly tell the college that killing the elderly and disabled is not an ethical way to decrease resource usage by a population. How to make your own viagra If they are truly concerned by the environmental impact of farmed animals, how to make your own viagra they should quit breeding and buying animals and join us in the quest to develop a truly sustainable agriculture that can feed the world without wrecking the planet.

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  • Greta Gaard

    E-mails can be sent to throopw@greenmtn.edu and mulderk@greenmtn.edu right? These are the President and Associate at Green Mountain College. Keeping up the pressure from people around the country should send a strong message. For all the reasons you mention–and more, the friendship between these two animals, such that one will not go on working without the other–should be addressed. A decade of hard work, aging, disability, species difference, and worst of all *loyalty to a companion* should not be rewarded with execution! Thank you for the passion you are giving to Lou and Bill’s right to retirement.

  • Actually, per this update, it’s now:

    Paul J. Fonteyn, President: FonteynP@greenmtn.edu
    Bill Throop, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs: throopw@greenmtn.edu

    We especially need environmentalists to address the environmental arguments they are making for slaughter.

  • From the beginning they groomed Bill and Lou to be “special” and different by giving them names. I doubt seriously that any other “food animal” raised at that college was so graced. So now when there is a distinct, physical difference – The college opts to use that against them by sending them to slaughter. It’s dastardly and devious. A total betrayal of the unspoken promises and implications one makes when naming another. Doing this means something… Or it should.

    In contrast a disability means nothing. Especially not in this instance. This institution has broken every rule that would warrant any support or respect. I’m not an environmentalist… But I’ll email these folks to tell them what I think.

    Thank you for the love and care you provide to Luna and Harvey and the others who have been given sanctuary at VINE.