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Modern Breeding Technologies and the Welfare of Farm Animals

Compassion in World Farming Trust, July 1995


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Resource IDciwf1995
Resource titleModern Breeding Technologies and the Welfare of Farm Animals
Author(s)Joyce D'Silva, Peter Stevenson
Publication/ sourceCompassion in World Farming Trust
Date publishedJuly 1995
Summary text/ abstractMost people who eat meat believe that it is justifiable to kill animals for food as long as they live natural lives and are treated and killed humanely. However, as this Report shows, most farm animals do not live natural lives and are not treated humanely. The reason is everywhere evident in the Report. Farm animals have become economic machines exploited by an increasingly powerful biotechnology industry intent on maximising profitability. Farmers find themselves increasingly pressurised to conform their farming practice to the latest technologies in order to maintain their own profitability.
Library categoriesAnarchism & Action, Food & Agriculture, Vegans/Vegetarians
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