Farming is Inhumane e. Health Risk f. Environmental Damage IV. Farming is Useful Agriculture Advance g. Affordable Food h. Advantage of Local Sources V. Conclusion Factory farming has been an issue for many years, because of the way that the animals are treated during their stay on the farm and the slaughtering process that takes place on the farm. Factory farming is very cruel to animals and the way that they are slaughtered needs to be brought out into the light where everyone can see what is happening to these animals and make some changes. Factory farming refers to large-scales, industrialized, intensive rearing of livestock, poultry and fish. The practice is widespread in developed nations-much of the meat, dairy and eggs available in supermarkets are raised in this manner (http://www.wordiq.com/definition/Factory_farming).
Each year in the United States, an estimated 70 million animals were blinded, scalded, force-fed chemicals, genetically manipulated, and otherwise hurt and killed in the name of science. Substances that are used everyday, such as lipstick, soap, moisturisers and shower gels, may be tested on rats, rabbits, guinea pigs, dogs, cats, and other animals. These tests are mainly used to test the degree of harmfulness of products and their ingredients. No antidotes are ever given, so the animals that are injured must live with the pain. These tests are not required by law, so why would companies continue to torture peaceful animals?
Touchstone, 1996, 41). The machine used many tactics such as starvation, provision of scarce basic necessities and extremely poor living conditions to transform the prisoners into beasts and for the most part it worked. Levi’s experience in the death camp is riddled with a number of survivors he shared encounters with who, in defiance of the machine, maintained their humanity when most prisoners around them lost it. The machine started its attempt to transform Jews into beasts on the train ride to the camp. Crammed tightly into train cars in the cold, without any food or water, the journey to the camp and demoralization of Levi and his fellow Jews began.
The animals were being underfed so they were forced to break into the store house and eat the food in there. Mr Jones and his farmers started whipping the animals but the animals fought back. This caused the farmers to flee and this was the revolution. They preserved Mr Jones’ house as a museum and made seven commandants which they should follow. The pigs were the cleverest of the animals so they took the leadership role which is against animalism as animals should be equal.
He also addresses the danger on employment in various factories or companies. One such example is the slaughterhouse, which people have low wages and at risk on getting something lost, such as an arm, leg, or even worse a life. Females
#1 point, cruelty Well, first of all, About 500 million land animals now in the Thailand are raised for dairy, meat and eggs each year and they all got killed in more than 400 slaughterhouses from the factory farming that are exist around the country. However, the cruelty towards these animals is unbelievable. On today's factory farms, animals are crammed by the thousands into filthy, windowless sheds and confined to wire cages, gestation crates, barren dirt lots, and other cruel confinement systems. These animals will never raise their families, root around in the soil, build nests, or do anything that is natural and important to them. In some cases, they live without daylight.
In my eyes this method is unreliable and inefficient. My Opinion is that animals’ being tested on is inhumane as these innocent animals are locked in cages and are only taken out if they are dead or being experimented. My second point on why animal cruelty is about dog fighting. Statistics say that there are over 50, 000 dog fighting operations happening around
Even children were forced to work and these children were starving. During the Era of Industrialization there were many social problems such as poor people, how people were forced to live and work like animals, and etc. for example in the book The Jungle , written by Upton Sinclair, it states, ”This novel showed bosses forcing humans beings to live and work like animals.” This shows how humans were forced to work like animals. In the book How the Other Half Lives, Jacob Riis states, “This non-fiction book made Americans aware of the extreme poverty suffered by working people.” This shows how people were poor during industrialization. Upton Sinclair hoped to address how humans were being forced to work and live like animals.
For entertainment they are tortured over the course of an hour, speared in their backs, before finally dying from blood loss and/or exhaustion. Sheep picture the sheep on the far right was rescued by Farm sanctuary after being thrown on the dead pile. Turkey pic Bred to grow unnaturally fast, factory farmed turkeys suffer crippling leg injuries and often die from starvation and dehydration in the excrement
They are born and only given enough food to keep them alive, the capable animals are worked to the bone, and once useless they are slaughtered with hideous cruelty. ‘’No animal in England knows the meaning of happiness or leisure after he is a year old.’’ Old Major wants this misery and slavery to stop and for the animals to live freely. As the land was not ‘poor’, it was fertile and the climate was good, they were capable of affording an abundance of food to support a large amount of animals. They could live in comfort but yet they continued in miserable conditions, with their produce being stolen by man. ‘’Remove man from the scene, and the root cause of hunger and overwork is abolished for ever.’’ He says that they could become rich and free overnight.