Renate Haeckler wrote:Our first hens were pets and we adored them and wouldn't think of killing them. The more you have, the more the newness wears off and it becomes easier to think of them as meat. Get a few evil roosters gang-raping your hens while they rip their feathers out and the hens cry out in pain and fear and you're downright looking forward to the day you have enough free time to do the deed.
Joe Braxton wrote:I just know that when you realise in your core that something (be it plant or animal) must die for you to live, and that it is far better for you to control that process, the act becomes far easier.
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