Colin and Woody, along with 13 other calves, were born just weeks ago on a large-scale dairy farm. Like all male dairy calves, Colin and Woody were taken away from their moms shortly after birth so that the milk meant for them could be taken for human consumption.
Because boy calves can’t produce milk, Colin and Woody would have been sold as cheap meat — that is, if they had survived. 25% of the baby boys die before getting to auction because they aren’t being fed or cared for by their mothers.
We must work to end this devastating industry.
Learn more about the lives of cows in the dairy industry and check out some resources to leave dairy products behind: