The Humane Society and Big Ag slug it out over animal rights

Around lunchtime on February 5 in Vale, South Dakota, a 33-year-old cattle rancher finished a morning of blogging, then stepped outside with a bottle of wine and a video camera.

"Hello, my name is Troy Hadrick. I'm a fifth-generation United States rancher in South Dakota," he ad-libbed. "I recently found out that Yellow Tail wines is going to be donating $100,000 to the wealthiest animal-rights organization in the world, the Humane Society of the ... Full Story »

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by Elizabeth White-Nadler - Apr. 16, 2010

This lengthy Special Report is remarkably even-handed in its discussion of an extremely emotional, heated controversy. It is excellent investigative journalism that is not marred by the vitriol which frequently surrounds this issue.

I am totally unfamiliar with The Pitch, but on the basis of this piece will probably give it a look-see again at some point. Also, as Doug points out, very interesting, eye-catching artwork.

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by Doug Greer - Apr. 16, 2010

It was the art with the article that got my attention.

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