United Poultry Concerns Announces
Seventh Annual Spring Mourning Vigils for Chickens
United Poultry Concerns is doubling its attack on the poultry industry and the chewing of dead wings, leg stumps and battered breasts. On June 21 & June 28, we will target both the source and outlets of Earth's Foulest Feast.
Like the plague, the poultry industry seeps a Bacterial River of Fecal Soup 'Cause Billions of Chickens are Cooped in Poop.
The Potomac River is "clogged with excrement from corporate poultry farms. . . ." -- American Rivers Report, April 1997.
"The contamination and cruelty are linked," says Karen Davis, president of United Poultry Concerns, author of Prisoned Chickens, Poisoned Eggs. "These poor chickens are forced to peck all day in poop. They are fed it, they sit in it, they breathe it. Toxic waste gases--confinement-shed poop fumes--are in their bloodstream. There's a direct connection between the Poisoned Potomac, "Stomach Flu," and the Floods of Blood We Shed."
Please join United Poultry Concerns at Montgomery Village on June 21, and the Delmarva Chicken Festival on June 28. Stick Up For Chickens Not Chicken.
For more information contact United Poultry Concerns Ph: 301-948-2406
Directions to Milford, Delaware. From Washington/Baltimore: Take Rt 50 East over the Chesapeake Bay Bridge. Stay on 50 East till you reach Rt 404. Take 404 East to Rt 317 East, which turns into Rt 14 East. Follow Rt 14 East to Rt 113 going North. At 2nd light, you'll see a bowling alley on your left. Turn right onto NE 10th St. Go straight thru next light. You will then see Milford Senior High School on your left. Poultry Festival will have signs posted for parking. Banners & Signs Provided. Length of trip: Four Hours.