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Shareholder Resolution Asks Pizza Chain to Work With Suppliers to End Painful Dehorning
Arbor, Mich. -- PETA is campaigning to end "dehorning"—a
process in which calves on dairy farms have their
horns or horn tissue burned or gouged out of their heads with searing-hot irons, caustic chemicals, blades, or
handsaws—by filing a shareholder resolution calling on Domino's to require its dairy suppliers to phase out dehorning by
selecting for naturally polled, or hornless, cattle.
of awareness campaigns like PETA's, consumers are learning that cows on dairy
farms often have their horns and sensitive horn tissue cut or burned from their skulls in
painful procedures," says PETA Executive Vice President Tracy Reiman.
"If Domino's requires its suppliers to phase out dehorning, the company
will stop immense unnecessary suffering."
shown in PETA's dehorning
video exposé, narrated by Academy Award nominee Casey Affleck, workers on
dairy farms burn searing-hot irons into calves' heads to destroy horn tissue or
use sharp instruments or other tools to saw, gouge, or cut out the horn and
sometimes the surrounding tissue. Cows and calves struggle desperately during
these procedures, which are routinely performed without giving the animals any
painkillers. By breeding for polled cattle—which causes
at least half the calves to be born
hornless, as the polled gene is dominant—dairy farmers can eliminate the need
for this cruel, costly, and labor-intensive
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