Welcome to the 270th episode of Our Hen House, featuring an interview with Mark Devries and a review by Michael Suchman.
On today’s episode, we squawk about the huge news regarding elephants (and why we really ought to stop and smell the victory, people!); the nostalgia (and yumminess) of soy milk powder; and the inherent quandaries that might arise while dining out with meat-eaters.
Joining us today is Mark Devries, who is not only the mastermind behind the documentary Speciesism, but also recently filmed the world’s first aerial drone footage of factory farms. Mark will discuss his groundbreaking findings with us today.
Then, in honor of St. Patty’s Day, the Vegan Mos’Michael Suchman will be giving us his favorite holiday delights — and some tips for any vegetable-lover who wants to celebrate this holiday with Irish style.
All that, vegan banter, and of course, current events from the world of animal rights.
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