Cruelty to animals in preparation of food
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, Fine Dining
, Fine dining Asian restuarants
and Only looking to get money, not caring about the animals' safety or happiness
(Australians love animals. We give our pets the best life we can and oppose whaling. As a nation we despise cruelty to animals, not many of us realize that legally sanctioned acts of cruelty to animals happen every day in Australia. Animals raised for food in Australia like chicken have been excluded from cruelty laws that protect cats and dogs — despite sharing the same capacity to suffer.
, Extreme confinement and overcrowding on factory farms result in aggressive behavior not seen in the wild. However, instead of giving animals more room and enrichment, factory farmers mutilate the animals’ bodies to prevent them from attacking one another. Not, of course, for the animals’ sake, but because injuries from fighting can cut into profits.
, For example, agitated pigs may bite each other’s tails, causing infection. To deal with this, without any anesthesia and just days after the piglets are born, their tails are hacked off and their teeth clipped with pliers. Chickens’ sensitive beaks are seared off without any painkillers to stop the animals from pecking each other to death. Farmers call that “debeaking”— we call it torture.
and These horrible procedures are considered normal on factory farms.
, Free range chicken
and Bigger chickens are more profitable
(Halal meat need to be prepared in a certain, humane way
and Many religions (halal meat)
prepare the meat in the most
humane methods, less cruelty
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