Hal Herzog's "Some We Love, Some We Hate, Some We Eat"

Animal Person

He watched cockfighting and killed and skinned animals, but won’t eat veal. Hal Herzog’s “ Some We Love, Some We Hate, Some We Eat ” (Harper 2011), though fascinating, is ultimately depressing for vegans and animal rights activists.

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Reasons Consistently Applied

Animal Ethics

I shall endeavor to protect and take care of all living creatures. Since the male offspring of dairy cows don't produce milk, they are sold to veal farms, where they are permanently confined in veal crates that prevent them from moving or turning around. So, by purchasing dairy products one is indirectly supporting the inherently cruel veal industry. I suspect that many regular readers of Animal Ethics are already vegetarians.

Animal Advocates' Successes Have Factory Farmers Running Scared

Animal Ethics

The column, which you can read here , is a call to arms to factory farmers to fight back against those individuals and organizations working to protect farm animals from the abuses inherent in factory farms. Recent victories by animal protection advocates have an increasing number of pro-factory-farming lobbyists worried about the future of animal agriculture. A column entitled "Ag Industry Threatened by Animal Rights" appeared in today's High Plains/Midwest Ag Journal [ HPMAJ ].

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