Dozens of Dead, Injured and Starving Farm Animals Deserve Justice

Target: Hancock County Prosecutor Brent Eaton
Goal: Bring charges against person accused of severely neglecting dozens of dead, injured, and starving farm animals.

“One of the worst cases of farm animal abuse,” is how the scene has been described by a rescuer. According to reports, dozens of farm animals have been found dead, injured, and starving on a ranch.

Olivia Head with Oinking Acres Farm Rescue & Sanctuary reports that some of the aliments facing the apparently abused animals include parasites, starvation, and severe diarrhea. Some of the animals were reportedly found locked up in a truck.

The good news is that Oinking Acres, in conjunction with A Critters Chance, have rescued dozens of these farm animals and ensured they receive medical treatment. The bad news is that crimes against farm animals often go unpunished. When asked about this fact, Head explained that people don’t have enough respect for farm animals. “They’re seen as commodities and products and not seen as the wonderful loving creatures that they are.”

PETITION LETTER:

Dear Prosecutor Eaton,

The abuse of farm animals often goes unnoticed and unpunished due to society’s view of these animals as commodities. This is not fair. All animals deserve kindness and compassion, and when they are abused, the perpetrator should be punished.

According to reports, “one of the worst cases of farm animal abuse” recently occurred in your jurisdiction.

Olivia Head with Oinking Acres Farm Rescue & Sanctuary reports that dozens of farm animals were found dead, injured, and starving. Some of the aliments facing the apparently abused animals include parasites, starvation, and severe diarrhea. Some of the animals were found locked up in a truck.

Please ensure that there is not one standard for household pets and a different standard for farm animals. To that end, please prosecute this case to the fullest extent.

Sincerely,
[Your Name Here]

Photo credit: Oinking Acres Farm Rescue & Sanctuary


5 Comments

  1. Carol Jane Brandt says:

    The abuse of any animal is one abuse too many.

  2. Heinous and deliberate abuse and neglect in Ohio. Not a surprise, one more state where animals are just some losers property and it’s okay to abuse them, including abuse them to death. Prove me wrong and actually punish the owners of this sham rescue with real fines, real jail and a real lifetime ban on animal contact of any kind. Anything else is enabling abuse.

  3. Cynthia A Pisarcik says:

    Law enforcement needs to do their JOB!!!!!!!!

    These innocent annimals need justice. These animals do not deserve to be treated this way. They are living beings.

    Punish this sub-human to the fullest extent of the law.

    DO YOUR JOB AND PUNISH THESE PEOPLE !!

  4. There should be a new law for no walking after accused waiting for trial they need to be take in on the spot, no waiting for a second offense, these abusers are getting away with up to 11 counts of abuse with no actions taken this must change
    include farm animals there no different

  5. Alice Knight says:

    There are so many people on our planet so many mouths to feed.
    My thoughts are that some workers in the meat and chicken industry think that these animals dont feel pain and anguish. Could a worker feel enormous power over the animals?
    Perhaps its a worker’s way of not feeling any guilt or empathy associated with their work. Well, indeed animals feel pain. Is it too much trouble to respect and show some dignity towards the animals? Afterall, they do end up on your plate!
    Lilypearl

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