lambs

This brings me back where I began: poets are artists of the intentional; they are artists using signs that point to things
" I wasn't going to allow her to be food."
I swear, lambs are totally nuts! One day, I biked along a meadow, when I suddenly witnessed some strange white movements from the corner of my eye. Some lambs were jumping around like crazy, and for a moment I wondered if they might be suffering Mad Sheep Disease.
This week, The New York Times published a comprehensive investigation into deplorable animal treatment at the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Meat Animal Research Center (USMARC). It's appalling that such activities -- conducted with the goal of helping a private-sector industry turn a higher profit -- are subsidized by U.S. taxpayers.
Just lookit 'em running back-and-forth, bouncing merrily along. Meridian Jacobs Farm specializes in weaving and spinning
Livestock farmers, no matter what kind -- from the largest, most cynical, and inhumane factory farmers to the smallest, seemingly most ethical pasture-based farmers -- traffic in death. It is death that is our aim, our purpose. Death is the end. Life is the means. Money the reward.
Chances are you know by now that a cat tends to be associated with saying "meow," a dog with "woof" and the cow goes "moo
Spring is lambing season, and so we wanted to visit a farm that specializes in raising lambs. SuDan Farm, located in Canby, Oregon, does just that; it raises lambs for meat, breeding stock and for value-added wool products.
WHY: WHAT: Silente - The Inner Dialogue WHO: Karen Wilberding Diefenbach For a long time my painting and sculpture have been