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New HSUS Cruelty Video

New turkey farm video shows animal cruelty in Willmar, Minn.

The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) released a video on November 23 showing animal cruelty caught on video at a turkey hatchery in Willmar, Minn. An investigator for HSUS worked at the Willmar Poultry Company hatchery for 11 days in October, which produces half of the whole turkeys sold in US grocery stores, according to a company representative. The HSUS investigator found multiple cases of abuse including animals being ground alive, mutilations administered without painkillers, and injured birds being left to suffer.

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