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|Posté le: Dim 3 Juin - 08:43 (2018) Sujet du message: buying farm raised meat or hunting for meat?
In my eyes hunting, or individual fishing(rod+reel, bowfishing, noodling) is the more ethical choice, even when compared to small scale farming operations that don't cage animals or do any other horrible things. When you hunt an animal you are ideally only impacting individual animals, and those animals have been free to live a natural life up to that point. Given how destructive a lot of modern agriculture is it seems clear that hunting has l and causes serious impact to large amounts of animals through habitat destruction, fertilization, etc. Even farming produce can, and does, have serious impact on the environment through pesticides, insecticides, and excess fertilizer. Another benefit of harvesting your own meat, at least for me, is that I am a lot less likely to waste any of it. If I got out to eat I probably don't think much about leaving a couple bites of a burger, or a left over buffalo wing, on my plate. It doesn't seem worth the trouble of taking it home. If it's meat from an animal that I've killed I feel obligated to make sure it isn't wasted. There are limits though, I don't eat eyes or brains, and rarely eat the heart, tongue, or liver. I just don't like the taste or texture of those things. For the sake of this discussion, let's focus on legitimate meat hunting, and stay away from poaching, trophy hunting, and sport hunting.
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