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Back to the Barnyard, PETA

A California judge has tossed out a lawsuit filed by the radical animal activist group, PETA, seeking to prevent California dairy farmers from running their “Happy Cows” marketing campaign. PETA, or People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, had complained that the campaign was misleading, charging that “most California dairy cows are subjected to physical and psychological pain and stress caused by intense and uncomfortable dairying practices…”

But Superior Court Judge Lloyd G. Connelly in Sacramento dismissed the suit on the grounds that PETA failed to provide any evidence demonstrating that California farmers mistreat dairy cows. Connelly cited the findings of state agriculture inspectors and the state dairy board that California dairy farmers “are very concerned about the health, comfort and safety of their cows” and “adhere to some of the highest animal welfare standards in the U.S.”

Bully to Judge Connelly for taking a rational, adult stand, and for refusing to entertain PETA’s frivolous lawsuit. PETA is a litigious fringe group full of miserable and moo-dy human beings. About time they were held up for some barnyard ridicule. Score 1 for Happy Cows, 0 for laughing-stock extremists.

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