Please save FUKUSHIMA farm animals sign now

On April 24th the Fukushima government decided to euthanize farm animals that were severely ill, injured or in distress within a 20 km (12 mile) radius (the gno goh zone) of the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant. On April 25th the prefectural staff started disposing of animals by permission of their owners.

In this area there are 376 farm animal facilities holding 870 dairy cattle, 2500 beef cattle, 100 horses, 30,000 pigs and 630,000 chickens. The number of animals to be euthanized is uncertain. A very large number of farm animals in the evacuation area have already died due to dehydration and starvation.

We are urging the Japanese government to capture as many healthy farm animals as possible and relocate them to public or private farms after radioactive decontamination procedures have been carried out. Some farm animals are roaming and are presumably still healthy.

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Laverne HensleyBy:
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Prime Minister of Japan and Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries

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