SOURCE ET SUITE
SI SEULEMENT LES ELEVEURS DE FRANCE POUVAIENT S' ORIENTER VERS LA TRANSFORMATION EUX AUSSI....
UNE PAGE DEDIEE AUX ELEVEURS QUI MAINTENANT ONT CHANGE DE METIER ET AIDENT LES ANIMAUX AU LIEU DE LES EXPLOITER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
ILS CULTIVENT DU SOJA, FABRIQUENT DES FROMAGES VEGETAUX... ET AUTRE!!
Novelist and slaughterhouse journalist Upton Sinclair once wrote, “It
is difficult to get a man to understand something, when his salary
depends on his not understanding it.” A prime example of this is the
“happy exploitation” narrative promoted by the meat, dairy and egg
industries, with well-meaning consumers increasingly bombarded by a
confusing litany of “humane farming” labels and rhetoric— from “humane slaughter” to “mindful killing” to “ethical butchery” to “regenerative grazing” , etc., ad nauseum.
But as our ever-growing collection of stories from former meat and
dairy farmers attests, there can be no such thing as humanely exploiting
or killing animals we have no need to harm at all. As former dairy
farmer Cheri Ezell notes: “There is now for me a very clear distinction between humane farming and inhumane farming. Humane
farming is cultivating a plant-based diet. Inhumane farming is breeding
any sentient being for production and consumption.”
The following profiles are hope-filled proof that even those who
stand to lose most by renouncing animal exploitation are capable of
being brave and caring enough to do so. Stay tuned as we’ll be
adding many new profiles here in the coming months. To be notified by
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