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#31 Old 08-25-2012, 03:03 PM
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I'm sorry, but if you think that the discontinuation of gestation crates means that pigs are no longer factory raised, you are gravely mistaken. Getting rid of gestation crates provides only slightly better living conditions, but still insures a premature death; over-crowded, filthy conditions; and no access to any sunshine until the day they are trucked to the slaughter house. They do not get to live natural lives with their offspring. no.gif
"Free-range", "organic" or "cage-free" do not mean anything concrete welfare-wise.
Animal welfare is a very tricky thing because while it may improve the lives of a small percentage of animals, it allows the general public to feel a whole lot better about eating them. Unless we continue to promote veganism as the only solution, animals will continue to suffer in immense numbers.


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#32 Old 08-27-2012, 11:38 AM
 
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I just think it's great to have a forum where these discussions can happen without omni's giving us the evil eye grin.gif At least we know everyone here is pretty much on the same page. Debate is a very healthy way to get to the heart of the issues. Thanks for sharing guys. 

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