B.C. activists protest future turkey barn
By Global NewsNews Farm Business
Protesters launch online campaign to stop farm from going forward.
Last weekend, a group of activists gathered outside of a future turkey farm and processing facility to protest.
“We are here today to highlight the negative impacts that will undoubtedly happen here due to the opening of a turkey farm and slaughterhouse,” said Amy Soranno, one of the protest organizers.
While farm owner Carol Patton says she respects their right to protest — she’s proud that her business will provide a sustainable source of local food for her community.
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