pNiman Ranch partners with retailers like Whole Foods and tells customers to make a donation to the HSUS#39;s End Factory Farming Campaign. HSUS has a pig farmer employed as one of their VPs and their president, Wayne Pacelle, wrote in his March/April magazine column that (get this) his ten year pledge urges folks to cut back a bit on meat consumption to 6 rather than 7 days a week./ppMeatless Mondays have been touted for many years without much progress.In 2014, the HSUS is just getting ready to roll out a 6 day a week meat menu with no mention what omnivores would consume on day 7. I smell the blood of a lucrative partnership and it stinks to high heaven. The message no one in that partnership can stand to say Friends of Animals offers here: Go Vegan and no one gets harmed.- Priscilla Feral/ppnbsp;/phr /pa href=”” target=”_blank”strongSupport Your Local Slaughterhousenbsp;/strong/a/ppspan style=”font-size:12px;”emBy NICOLETTE HAHN NIMAN nbsp;MARCH 1, 2014/em/span/ppBOLINAS, Calif. mdash; LATE on Saturday, Feb. 8, news broke of the recall of 8.7 million pounds of beef that had come through a Northern California slaughterhouse. Social media buzzed with tweets and posts pronouncing it the latest example of a dysfunctional industrialized food system incapable of producing safe meat. ldquo;Buy local!rdquo; ldquo;Know your farmer!rdquo; ldquo;Eat grass-fed beef!rdquo;/ppThe problem was that this slaughterhouse, the Rancho Feeding Corporation, didnrsquo;t handle only commodity beef./pp…a href=”” target=”_blank”.(read full article here.)nbsp;/a/ppnbsp;/p