Meat yes, farms no?Meat yes, farms noMore Like This
This phrase was written by a meat eater...and what does it mean?
The context was that farm animals these days are mostly kept under bad conditions and also lack nutrition because of the rapid growth, their breed and the bad feed they get and that eating non farm meat would be better.
People should switch to wild animals and all problems are solved.
So people would get healthier when they switch from eating farm animals to eating wild animals.
But there is a problem..
Nature works different than farms do.
A wild pig gives birth to 5 piglets..sometimes more, sometimes less.
Mostly a wild pig only gives birth once a year because dry periods or winter will not provide enough food whole year round.
Only 30% of young animals survive in the wild. It differs from animal to animal. Pigs are better with surviving than hares where often only 10% survive
No, not just because of predators.
Also because of lack of food, diseases and other natural things that happe
Five steps to freedomMore Like This
Five steps to freedom
It is only five steps to freedom.
Five steps i am never able to walk.
If i could cross the road there would be nothing else then the sky, the woods, grass...flowers.
I wonder about the colour of the sky, how would it feel to ly on real grass...i fear i will never know.
I had been born in this factory hall, the only bed i had known had been the floor..some stale food to make the hard stone softer.
My mother is only some foot away but she never got the chance to care for me.
We cried for weeks since we had been seperated, we both struggled to get together.
For the first couple of days i got her milk..oh how sweet it was..a little bit from the love of a mother..
...the only thing i got from her if i do not count her cries through the day and night when she could not reach me
...and tried it until this man came into the hall and roared at her to stop crieing and hit her.
I nibble and suck on my own body because i can not suck on the breast of my mother, i crave touch,