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The fact is, animals used as food live under dismal conditions, and the pitifully low bar for their treatment was set in directives from the same industry’s leaders who today are so upset about being vilified.
“Forget the pig is an animal—treat him just like a machine in a factory,” recommended Hog Farm Managementin 1976. Two years later, National Hog Farmer advised: “The breeding sow should be thought of, and treated as, a valuable piece of machinery whose function is to pump out baby pigs like a sausage machine.”
And farmers, eager to squeeze every dollar from these poor animals, complied. Today, nearly millions of these smart, social animals (representing over 90 percent of all pigs in pork production) are confined to tiny gestation crates—cages so narrow the animals can’t even turn around. They spend their lives lined up like cars in a parking lot, barely able to move an inch and driven insane from the extreme deprivation.
The pig that you eat almost certainly came from a factory farm, no matter what anyone tells you. People who eat animals pay for this cruelty, suffering, and death. But it doesn't matter what type of farm these animals came from. Eating other sentient beings is wrong! Please have the moral courage to look at what you participate in. Unlike what you've been taught to believe, these animals are no different from the ones that you called pets. Please stop supporting this.
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