The Ethics of Raising Animals to Eat

The Ethics of Raising Animals to Eat

by Jackybear
(Terrace Park, OH.)

Good but no-one wants to eat duck. They need to be loved & I could never eat my duck after all I was there when he hatched so I'm imprinted on him.

If you eat the duck you could never forgive yourself as they did nothing to you. But that's beside the point.

The arrival is good it tells you all you need to know for the most part. I'm a vegetarian by choice since I was 5 and a half.

I don't have much to say except that so I guess that's all I wanted to say.

I commend you for being a vegetarian, as I would love to be one too. However, I went on a vegetarian diet once and only lasted 2 weeks. I just missed my bacon, jerky, roast lamb ...

I do eat meat, and I understand your stance on the ethics of raising animals to eat. I definitely hear where you are coming from, but then I hope that you can see that to eat meat is my choice too.

We are all different, that is what makes the world such an interesting place. And more importantly we can respect the rights of others, and allow them to live the life they choose when it comes to what they want to eat.


PS: he's a little squirmy so I
get such a good pic. but it's
the best I got

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Jan 13, 2016
The Ethics of Eating Farm Animals
by: C.Groen

I was born and raised on a farm, left for a number of years but have returned.

One of the reasons I returned to the farm was to get back in touch with my food. I am tired of eating factory food with no taste.

From a youngster I have been taught the responsibility of raising animals for food. This includes going through the breeding, birthing, raising, and the slaughtering of the animals.

It is our jobs as those that raise these animals to care for them and to give them the best and most comfortable life they can have to honor them for their God given purpose, sustenance for the human body!

Jun 21, 2014
Raising Animals
by: AnneMarie

Nice post. There's 2 sides to every story. I'm on both sides. LOL

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