Monday, February 27, 2006


School castration has PETA in uproar

‘A teacher who castrated a live pig in front of high school students is the target of protests by animal rights activists throughout the country. [..]

“We’re concerned not only because animals suffer during these routine castrations but also because of the message it sends to students who are still forming opinions about treatment of animals in our society,” said Stephanie Bell, a PETA cruelty case worker.

Rod Van Norman, superintendent of the Southern Kern Unified School District School, said animal castrations often occur in agriculture classes and are an important skill for students to learn.’

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