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Woodstock Farm Animal Sanctuary

Dave Warwak's art explores the connection between the Cow and the Peep™ to help children of all ages understand what animal rights is all about.

Show #47 - Thanksgiving 2007

November 22, 2007

This year our regularly scheduled show falls on Thanksgiving, and we take the opportunity to get the animal rights message out while the blood is pooling on the counters of US citizens celebrating the genocide of Native Americans. First we talk about Peta's investigation into Butterball's House of Horrors.

Jenny Brown of Woodstock Farm Animal Sanctuary gives a turkey some love. Susie Coston of Farm Sanctuary gives a cow the same.

Show #26 - Talking Turkey

November 9, 2006

Show 26 features talk about turkeys with Susie Coston from Farm Sanctuary in Watkins Glenn, NY. Susie is the caretaker of the hundreds of animals who reside at Farm Sanctuary, and knows each one by name. With the turkey holocaust known as Thanksgiving coming up we thought it would be a good idea have Susie remind us how amazing turkeys are and why we shouldn't eat them.

Dan Piraro and Pecan at Woodstock Farm Animal Sanctuary. Photo by Derek Goodwin

Show #13 - Dan Piraro Vegan Creator of Bizarro

April 13, 2006

Our 13th show features an interview with Dan Piraro, vegan activist and creator of the nationally syndicated comic strip Bizarro. Dan has just published a new book called Bizarro and Other Strange Manifestations of the Art of Dan Piraro which he is currently doing a comedy book tour to publicize.

Woodstock Farm Animal Sanctuary's board members Dan Piraro, Ashley Lou Smith and founder Jenny Brown. Photo by Derek Goodwin

Show #12 - Woodstock Farm Animal Sanctuary

March 16, 2006

Our 12th show features an interview with Jenny Brown and Ashley Smith of Woodstock Farm Animal Sanctuary in Woodstock, NY. Jenny and her husband Doug bought the undeveloped land two years ago and have since built pastures and barns and filled them with rescued farm animals including goats, sheep, cows, pigs, chickens and turkeys. The sanctuary is set to open to the public this summer and Jenny and Ashley share their stories of starting the farm and some of the animals that live there.

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