Save 500,000 Pigs from Slaughter in Chile!

Residents of Freirina, Chile have been rioting against the unbearable stench emanating from Agrosuper, one of the largest pig farms in the world. In the interest of their own safety, Agrosuper workers fled the plant, abandoning 500,000 pigs. Many of these pigs have died as a result of limited food and water access. The waste of unattended pigs poses a human health problem as it seeps into local community water supplies.

Rather than finding alternate care for the pigs, Agrosuper plans to have all of them slaughtered. This is a complete waste of life, and the pigs should not have to starve nor be senselessly slaughtered to pay for the company's mistakes.

Please sign the petition to urge Chilean leaders to immediately provide food, water and care for the pigs and take action to minimize environmental dangers resulting from the plant's disaster.

We, the undersigned, are concerned with the animal cruelty, pollution and planned pig slaughter resulting from the environmental disaster at the Freirina, Chile's Agrosuper plant.


Residents of Freirina, Chile have been rioting against the unbearable stench emanating from Agrosuper, one of the largest pig farms in the world. In the interest of their own safety, Agrosuper workers fled the plant, abandoning 500,000 pigs. Many of these pigs have died as a result of limited food and water access, and Agrosuper plans to have all of them slaughtered.


The 500,000 pigs should not be senselessly slaughtered to pay for Agrosuper's mistakes. Slaughtering so many pigs is a tremendous waste of life.


We urge you to provide food, water and care for the pigs and take action to minimize environmental dangers resulting from the plant's disaster. Thank you for taking the time to read and consider our petition.

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