The co-owner of Canada's biggest dairy operation has said that eight of the company's employees were suspended after an animal rights group released a video showing cows being viciously beaten and kicked in the head repeatedly at the farm in British Columbia.
According to Britain's Independentnewspaper, the video footage was turned over to the British Columbia Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (BCSPCA) by the group Mercy for Animals Canada appears to show employees from Chilliwack Cattle Sales smacking, kicking and hitting cows with chains, rakes and canes.
In addition, the bloody, pus-filled wounds the cows have endured from the apparent maltreatment are also shown. The graphic video can be seen here.
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