The Issue With Meat

The animals we farm for food have highly complex social, mental and emotional lives. Pigs, for example, are about as social, intelligent and emotional as dogs and toddlers. Despite this, virtually all animals we eat are factory farmed. This entails selective breeding to increase output at the expense of welfare. Animals suffer various forms of extreme confinement, including immobilizing crates and cages for pigs and hens. They face unanesthetized mutilation of sensitive horns, sensitive beaks, tails, teeth and genitals.

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