Here in Seattle, at American Gold Seafoods, we’ll be holding an event too.
Find out more on the NARN event page for WDFA.
Don’t let it surprise you that the Seattle event is at a seafood processor. American Gold is basically a “slaughterhouse at sea.” They hold 3,000,000 salmon in pens (with about 1 bathtub worth of space per fish) for couple years, before they’re scooped up and killed by their “Harvestor” ship. Factory farms extend far beyond traditional land animals. Fish suffer and oceans are polluted because of farmed fishing.
World Day for Farmed Animals will continue until animals are no longer seen as commodities, raised for their flesh and by-products.
Won’t you join us?