We Kill Wildlife while protecting Livestock, But feed captive Wildlife with Livestock
We Kill Wildlife while protecting Livestock, But feed captive Wildlife with Livestock. It’s sadly funny, right? And somehow doesn’t make sense.
It refers to domesticated animals that have raised in an agricultural setting to produce labor and commodities such as meat, eggs, milk, fur, leather, and wool.
They are animals that early humans managed to change their way of living and extracted them from their natural habitat.
Unfortunately, just like slavery. It was an aggressive invitation into the humans’ settlement. This is because they had and could do something of help to human species. How do you treat domestic animals around you?
Livestock had to undergo various changes and developments so as to meet humans needs. Whereby their bodies have been injected with drugs, fed food to boost whatever seemed to be missing, and even forced to grow faster through science.
They completely have no leisure to live their own lives as they please. But what seems more profitable to humans. For example, a chicken that would take a year to mature and hatch their own chicks. They now take months, if not weeks, to mature and make way to our plates. The eggs no longer need their mama’s warming them up for 21 days. Incubators took over.
Poor livestock, living by our terms and seem not to have way to defend themselves.
Am happy to see a part of humans fighting for livestock that is being placed under uncondusive environment.
They are able to ensure that no livestock is killed ruthlessly. They are transported in such a way that doesn’t cause pain to the transportedlivestock. The ones being used for labor provision are not overworked.
Just to name a few. They are there to ensure that we respect and treat livestock in a good way.
Why do we kill wildlife while protecting livestock, but feed captive wildlife with livestock?
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