people have now been informed of her the world over and she'll have absolutely NO customers......
In an ideal world you're right. However, as we know, millers can get around bad publicity by selling animals through brokers and over the internet in an anonymous fashion. Anyone who boasts that they had so many animals and that they even had plans to bring school children to the barn to teach them about various breeds is obviously totally ignorant of the bigger picture. Even with the "improvements" that have been made in the past few years, you cannot properly sanitize a wooden hog barn, or get the dogs outside to socialize on a regular basis. I just pray that the new animal welfare regulations will be passed into law really soon.