Thursday, July 13, 2017

Pay To Play?

Is there any kind of Pay to Play type scenario at the public funded Wagner Farm when it comes to now accessing the lambs and pigs area? It seemingly depends on who's offering to pay.
Multiple camp groups of minor age children were seen today being allowed into the lambs and pigs area under "construction" which is being blocked off to the general public - "coincidentally" an area where animals are being held who are the subject of much public controversy due to their being reported as scheduled to be sold at auction to slaughter on July 29, and a pig who has been held in a quarantine stall for the past two months.

http://wagnerfarmrescuefund.blogspot.com/2017/07/new-construction-fencing-wont-deny.html

One of the signs posted on the fence states that there will be no public access without supervision, which can allude to access being possible WITH supervision.


Therefore, Wagner Farm Rescue Fund personnel went to speak with management personnel today requesting supervised access to the lambs and pigs area per the sign. Permission was denied. Wagner Farm Rescue Fund personnel asked if they were to pay to get in like the children's group supposedly have, would permission be granted? The answer was no, but that they weren't trying to keep just this Wagner Farm Rescue Fund personnel out of the lambs and pigs area, but all the general public. Is that any better??
If there isn't a safety issue, why is the general public being denied access to this area, and if there is a safety issue, why are the lambs and pigs continuing to be held in this area and minor age children coming and going from this area?

Wagner Farm management personnel has already confirmed to Wagner Farm Rescue Fund personnel that these 2017 project lambs and pigs will be sold to slaughter (18 lambs and 14 pigs) and that some of the lambs have already been moved to a separate shed area on the property for fattening.





These pigs includes a pig who has been in a quarantine stall for the past two months, despite requests for her release to sanctuary.


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Wagner Farm and the Glenview Park District can be reached at:
Glenview Park District's online form at
http://glenviewparks.org/index.php/contact
Glenview Park District: 847-657-3215
Wagner Farm: 847-657-1506
Todd Price
Director, Wagner Farm
(224) 521-2187 (direct line listed on park district web site)
todd.price@glenviewparks.org
Michael McCarty
Glenview Park District Executive Director
(224) 521-2250 (direct line listed on park district web site)
michael.mccarty@glenviewparks.org
Elsa Fischer
Superintendent of Leisure Services
(includes supervision of Wagner Farm)
(224) 521-2246 (direct line listed on park district web site)
elsa.fischer@glenviewparks.org

Wagner Farm Rescue Fund is proud to be included on the web sites of:

All-Creatures.org
http://www.all-creatures.org/links/animalr.html
in their link to Animal Rights Organizations

Food for Thought - A Program of Animal Place
in their link to Animal Protection Organizations Endorsements

World Animal Net
http://worldanimal.net
in their directory of Animal Rights Organizations


Monday, July 10, 2017

Wagner Farm's Own "Wall"?

Who is being kept behind the public funded Wagner Farm's own construction fence wall, as well as in the fattening shed:




An increasing amount of people are questioning the timing of this fencing which is denying public access to the area where Glenview Clovers 4-H pigs and lambs are being held, whose upcoming sale to slaughter has happened to recently generate much public attention and letters of complaint to Wagner Farm / Glenview Park District, especially regarding the pig who has been held in a quarantine stall for the past two months.


And, as the construction site notes, "program participants" aren't included in this access ban - so what kind of construction is going on in an area itself where animals are being held and minor age children are allowed to enter? This is an example of the questions being asked.
Wagner Farm management personnel has already confirmed to Wagner Farm Rescue Fund personnel that these 2017 project lambs and pigs will be sold to slaughter (18 lambs and 14 pigs) and that some of the lambs have already been moved to a separate shed area on the property for fattening.



These pigs includes a pig who has been in a quarantine stall for the past two months, despite requests for her release to sanctuary.
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Even the rooster who died last year was killed under questionable circumstances:

http://wagnerfarmrescuefund.blogspot.com/2016/04/neck-reported-as-twisted-wagner-farm.html



Wagner Farm and the Glenview Park District can be reached at:
Glenview Park District's online form at
http://glenviewparks.org/index.php/contact
Glenview Park District: 847-657-3215
Wagner Farm: 847-657-1506
Todd Price
Director, Wagner Farm
(224) 521-2187 (direct line listed on park district web site)
todd.price@glenviewparks.org
Michael McCarty
Glenview Park District Executive Director
(224) 521-2250 (direct line listed on park district web site)
michael.mccarty@glenviewparks.org
Elsa Fischer
Superintendent of Leisure Services
(includes supervision of Wagner Farm)
(224) 521-2246 (direct line listed on park district web site)
elsa.fischer@glenviewparks.org


Wagner Farm Rescue Fund is proud to be included on the web sites of:

All-Creatures.org
http://www.all-creatures.org/links/animalr.html
in their link to Animal Rights Organizations

Food for Thought - A Program of Animal Place
in their link to Animal Protection Organizations Endorsements

World Animal Net
http://worldanimal.net
in their directory of Animal Rights Organizations

Saturday, July 8, 2017

New Construction Fencing Won't Deny Public Access To Sale To Slaughter Truths

The public funded Wagner Farm: access to lamb and pig area denied to the general public - again.
Wagner Farm had generated general public access issues when these animals first arrived at Wagner Farm several months ago by allowing private, paying school groups to enter the area - not even under construction then - while denying access to the general public during open public hours.



Wagner Farm's construction fencing keeping the general public out that just went up isn't going to deny access to the public as to the truths of the animals being kept behind this fencing, or the sale to slaughter Glenview Clovers 4-H program outcomes that these animals are being subjected to.


And with the ongoing public exposure that there has been of their sale to slaughter programming along with the letters of complaints about this programming being sent to Wagner Farm / Glenview Park District personnel, the timing and location of the fence going up that is denying access to the public - again - to view most of these animals is already being questioned and is undoubtedly leading to even more issues and questions about Wagner Farm.


How long is this fencing going to be kept up? Until these lambs and pigs are taken to auction and sale to slaughter? Can this be attributed to just coincidence? To note, though, Wagner Farm has also numerous other issues of denial to the public to public access areas during open public hours with various reasons given.



Wagner Farm management personnel has already confirmed to Wagner Farm Rescue Fund personnel that these 2017 project lambs and pigs will be sold to slaughter (18 lambs and 14 pigs) and that some of the lambs have already been moved to a separate shed area on the property for fattening.



These pigs includes a pig who has been in a quarantine stall for the past two months, despite requests for her release to sanctuary.


http://wagnerfarmrescuefund.blogspot.com/2017/06/and-still-she-waits.html


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#ThereIsNoHumaneSlaughter
#StopHumaneWashing
#DontBuyTheHumaneLie


Even the rooster who died last year was killed under questionable circumstances:

http://wagnerfarmrescuefund.blogspot.com/2016/04/neck-reported-as-twisted-wagner-farm.html



Wagner Farm and the Glenview Park District can be reached at:
Glenview Park District's online form at
http://glenviewparks.org/index.php/contact
Glenview Park District: 847-657-3215
Wagner Farm: 847-657-1506
Todd Price
Director, Wagner Farm
(224) 521-2187 (direct line listed on park district web site)
todd.price@glenviewparks.org
Michael McCarty
Glenview Park District Executive Director
(224) 521-2250 (direct line listed on park district web site)
michael.mccarty@glenviewparks.org
Elsa Fischer
Superintendent of Leisure Services
(includes supervision of Wagner Farm)
(224) 521-2246 (direct line listed on park district web site)
elsa.fischer@glenviewparks.org


Wagner Farm Rescue Fund is proud to be included on the web sites of:

All-Creatures.org
http://www.all-creatures.org/links/animalr.html
in their link to Animal Rights Organizations

Food for Thought - A Program of Animal Place
in their link to Animal Protection Organizations Endorsements

World Animal Net
http://worldanimal.net
in their directory of Animal Rights Organizations

Monday, June 26, 2017

Half-Truths At Wagner Farm Won't Shield Reality Of Sale To Slaughter Outcomes

Why are school and camp groups at the public-funded Wagner Farm, Glenview, IL, routinely heard being told, at best, what are described by many as only half-truths, such as the lambs and pigs will be at Wagner Farm until they're taken to the Lake County Fair, and that the lambs and pigs are given good food so that they get big and strong?

Where is the rest of the information for these children, such as these lambs and pigs are taken to the Lake County Fair and sold at auction for slaughter, and apparently given good food so that they get big and strong to qualify for prize judging and reaching a market weight to qualify to be sold at auction for slaughter? Why aren't the final outcomes for these animals included in these tour rhetoric? Perhaps due to the negative impact it might have on Wagner Farm's chosen program outcomes and audiences in support of animal agriculture?




Wagner Farm management personnel has already confirmed to Wagner Farm Rescue Fund personnel that these 2017 project lambs and pigs will be sold to slaughter (18 lambs and 14 pigs) and that some of the lambs have already been moved to a separate shed area on the property for fattening.



https://lcfair.com/livestock-auction/

#ThereIsNoHumaneSlaughter
#StopHumaneWashing
#DontBuyTheHumaneLie

And the pig who's been kept in the quarantine stall for almost eight weeks now? She's still in there as of today (photo).

Her story can be found at: www.WagnerFarmRescueFund.blogspot.com


Even the rooster who died last year was killed under questionable circumstances:

http://wagnerfarmrescuefund.blogspot.com/2016/04/neck-reported-as-twisted-wagner-farm.html




Wagner Farm and the Glenview Park District can be reached at:
Glenview Park District's online form at
http://glenviewparks.org/index.php/contact
Glenview Park District: 847-657-3215
Wagner Farm: 847-657-1506

Todd Price
Director, Wagner Farm
(224) 521-2187 (direct line listed on park district web site)
todd.price@glenviewparks.org

Michael McCarty
Glenview Park District Executive Director
(224) 521-2250 (direct line listed on park district web site)
michael.mccarty@glenviewparks.org

Elsa Fischer
Superintendent of Leisure Services
(includes supervision of Wagner Farm)
(224) 521-2246 (direct line listed on park district web site)
elsa.fischer@glenviewparks.org

Wagner Farm Rescue Fund is proud to be included on the web sites of:

All-Creatures.org
http://www.all-creatures.org/links/animalr.html
in their link to Animal Rights Organizations

Food for Thought - A Program of Animal Place
in their link to Animal Protection Organizations Endorsements

World Animal Net
http://worldanimal.net
in their directory of Animal Rights Organizations


Thursday, June 15, 2017

And Still She Waits

And still she waits..
As this pig grows, the amount of available stall space for her to move around in gets smaller.
Wagner Farm management personnel has already confirmed to Wagner Farm Rescue Fund personnel that these 2017 project lambs and pigs will be sold to slaughter (18 lambs and 14 pigs) and that some of the lambs have already been moved to a separate shed area on the property for fattening.
#ThereIsNoHumaneSlaughter
#StopHumaneWashing
#DontBuyTheHumaneLie




Even the rooster who died last year was killed under questionable circumstances:
http://wagnerfarmrescuefund.blogspot.com/2016/04/neck-reported-as-twisted-wagner-farm.html



Wagner Farm and the Glenview Park District can be reached at:
Glenview Park District's online form at
http://glenviewparks.org/index.php/contact
Glenview Park District: 847-657-3215
Wagner Farm: 847-657-1506
Todd Price
Director, Wagner Farm
(224) 521-2187 (direct line listed on park district web site)
todd.price@glenviewparks.org
Michael McCarty
Glenview Park District Executive Director
(224) 521-2250 (direct line listed on park district web site)
michael.mccarty@glenviewparks.org
Elsa Fischer
Superintendent of Leisure Services
(includes supervision of Wagner Farm)
(224) 521-2246 (direct line listed on park district web site)
elsa.fischer@glenviewparks.org



Wagner Farm Rescue Fund is proud to be included on the web sites of:

All-Creatures.org
http://www.all-creatures.org/links/animalr.html
in their link to Animal Rights Organizations

Food for Thought - A Program of Animal Place
in their link to Animal Protection Organizations Endorsements

World Animal Net
http://worldanimal.net
in their directory of Animal Rights Organizations

Monday, June 12, 2017

No Mud Hole For This Victimized And Quarantined Pig

Some of the Glenview Clovers 4-H pigs at the public funded Wagner Farm, Glenview, IL, cool off in a mud hole and others lay together in another part of the stall area - while one pig lays quarantined in a separate stall area for almost six weeks now. Her snout can be seen in this video and photo, sticking out of the bottom of the stall.
As this pig grows, the amount of available stall space for her to move around in gets smaller.
Wagner Farm management personnel has already confirmed to Wagner Farm Rescue Fund personnel that these 2017 project lambs and pigs will be sold to slaughter (18 lambs and 14 pigs) and that some of the lambs have already been moved to a separate shed area on the property for fattening.
#ThereIsNoHumaneSlaughter
#StopHumaneWashing
#DontBuyTheHumaneLie




Even the rooster who died last year was killed under questionable circumstances:

http://wagnerfarmrescuefund.blogspot.com/2016/04/neck-reported-as-twisted-wagner-farm.html




Wagner Farm and the Glenview Park District can be reached at:
Glenview Park District's online form at
http://glenviewparks.org/index.php/contact
Glenview Park District: 847-657-3215
Wagner Farm: 847-657-1506
Todd Price
Director, Wagner Farm
(224) 521-2187 (direct line listed on park district web site)
todd.price@glenviewparks.org
Michael McCarty
Glenview Park District Executive Director
(224) 521-2250 (direct line listed on park district web site)
michael.mccarty@glenviewparks.org
Elsa Fischer
Superintendent of Leisure Services
(includes supervision of Wagner Farm)
(224) 521-2246 (direct line listed on park district web site)
elsa.fischer@glenviewparks.org


Wagner Farm Rescue Fund is proud to be included on the web sites of:

All-Creatures.org
http://www.all-creatures.org/links/animalr.html
in their link to Animal Rights Organizations

Food for Thought - A Program of Animal Place
in their link to Animal Protection Organizations Endorsements

World Animal Net
http://worldanimal.net
in their directory of Animal Rights Organizations

Thursday, May 25, 2017

A Snout In Solitary Confinement


For three weeks now, this Glenview Clovers 4-H pig has been in quarantine at the public funded Wagner Farm, Glenview, IL.

Her snout can be seen sticking out of the bottom of the stall this morning.

As one concerned member of the public has already expressed it, "to me, this is abuse in itself".

http://wagnerfarmrescuefund.blogspot.com/2017/05/to-me-this-is-in-itself-abuse.html

Still in quarantine as of this morning at the public funded Wagner Farm, Glenview, IL - when asked by Wagner Farm Rescue Fund if she might be stuck there (until sold to slaughter by Wagner Farm and their Glenview Clovers 4-H), management from Wagner Farm said "we'll see". When further asked about the pig being released to Wagner Farm Rescue Fund if it does turn out she's going to be stuck in quarantine ongoing, the reply was "I don't think so".
Therefore, it appears that if it comes to a pig actually being stuck in quarantine long-term, Wagner Farm would instead plan on keeping the pig there until the pig would go to slaughter, rather than release the pig to Wagner Farm Rescue Fund where the pig wouldn't have to be kept in quarantine and would go to sanctuary.
Management went on to say that they want to keep her safe. Many will say that's perversely ironic as apparently, that means keeping her 'safe' just until it's time by their desired outcome to sell her to slaughter - at that point, her safety is obviously irrelevant to Wagner Farm.
With Wagner Farm Rescue Fund, this pig would truly be safe - and ongoing, not kept 'safe' until her use to Wagner Farm and their Glenview Clovers 4-H is apparently no longer needed or wanted.


18 lambs and 14 pigs are being victimized as part of Wagner Farm's Glenview Clovers 4-H 2017 programming* - on top of the dozens already lost from their prior years' programming.






Even the rooster who died last year was killed under questionable circumstances:
http://wagnerfarmrescuefund.blogspot.com/2016/04/neck-reported-as-twisted-wagner-farm.html



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Wagner Farm and the Glenview Park District can be reached at:
Glenview Park District's online form at
http://glenviewparks.org/index.php/contact
Glenview Park District: 847-657-3215
Wagner Farm: 847-657-1506
Todd Price
Director, Wagner Farm
(224) 521-2187 (direct line listed on park district web site)
todd.price@glenviewparks.org
Michael McCarty
Glenview Park District Executive Director
(224) 521-2250 (direct line listed on park district web site)
michael.mccarty@glenviewparks.org
Elsa Fischer
Superintendent of Leisure Services
(includes supervision of Wagner Farm)
(224) 521-2246 (direct line listed on park district web site)
elsa.fischer@glenviewparks.org


Wagner Farm Rescue Fund is proud to be included on the web sites of:

All-Creatures.org

http://www.all-creatures.org/links/animalr.html
in their link to Animal Rights Organizations

Food for Thought - A Program of Animal Place
in their link to Animal Protection Organizations Endorsements

World Animal Net
http://worldanimal.net
in their directory of Animal Rights Organizations