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NAT'L GEOGRAPHIC TV TO AIR PROGRAM ON ANIMAL ABUSE, INCLUDING SEGMENTS ON AG
U.S. Farmers & Ranchers Alliance (USFRA) reports:

National Geographic TV is planning to air an undercover investigation story on "animal abuse" on July 31.

In addition to going "undercover" to explore practices at farms, from the promos available on its website, it looks like the segment also will explore what it refers to as "Ag Gag Laws."

It's clear that Mercy for Animals is involved in this piece - and the trailer focuses on gestation crates and castration of piglets.

For more information click here and here.

As background, here is how the show is promoted on Nat Geo TV's website: "Investigative journalists Mariana van Zeller and Darren Foster take you inside the nation's underground networks and to the heart of the most controversial issues. Using a combination of hidden camera techniques and exclusive access, they penetrate worlds rarely captured before."

Here is a link to the bios for the show's hosts a husband/wife team who have experience focusing on pretty serious issues.


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