Wayne Stollings wrote:
Are you seriously suggesting this doesn't happen now? That would be very naive of you.
Perhaps that particular facility got fined but I doubt it.
A more recently uploaded video here. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QXrfqA5JWQQ
And just for the record do you support factory farming?
I more recently uploaded video, but using older video stock which does not address the question.
How many people would volunteer to starve without the benefits of the "factory" farming process? The production of food via ineffecient small farms cannot provide the necessary quantities needed. The big issue will be when the factory farming techniques will not be able to meet the demand either.
You are suggesting meat is imperative. If meat was taking out the equation now there is more than enough vegetable content available to be consumed on a sustainable basis.
Not with the number of people we are feeding at this time. There is already a decrease in the world food reserves with meat and dairy included.
And you are evading the question whether you believe turkey suffering is likely to be happening now.
I am sure there is a turkey suffering somewhere, whether it be a domestic bird or one in the wild. The question that has not been addressed is to what level is there suffering and whether the percentage of actions involving suffering is increasing, decreasing, or static and at what level. The secondary aspect would be defining what is and is not suffering.
You slither out certain points of fact and reality to purport your own arguement so you can affirm your position as top of the food chain and animals are your divine choice as to what you wish done to them
No, I do not view everything as "suffering" just because.
The residual you is temporary in a hardware environment.
Burying ones head in the sand is choice, when one raises ones head out of the dunes a great sandstorm is experienced.
Fitting a myth reference is used, since the ostrich really does not bury its head in the sand even with the saying.