No gore, no blood, no pain. Just watch, the life of Hens that are not for slaughter that can live out their lives. When you watch and you see that they having feelings, and senses, and are not ours to abuse, well just watch
Published on Sep 11, 2014
When you open an egg carton, what do you see? This video will change it all.
Chickens don't need to be killed for their eggs, right? Not so fast. Only female chickens can produce eggs. So what happens to all the male chicks who are hatched in egg factories? They can't be raised profitably for meat because they haven't been genetically engineered to grow fast enough. (Chickens raised for meat are engineered to grow so large so fast that their legs often break beneath them.) So each year, hundreds of millions of male chicks are shoved into plastic bags and left to suffocate, are gassed to death, or are even ground up alive.
Conditions at egg factory farms are atrocious. Cage floors are made of wire mesh, so urine and feces fall from the upper tiers onto the chickens below. A single cage, roughly 16 inches by 18 inches, holds five or six hens, each with a wingspan of 32 inches, so they can barely move. Hens bred to be "super layers" experience so much stress that they live only a few years before their bodies wear out and they're sent to slaughter.
If you are thinking about making the change, read this
I became a vegetarian after watching just a few of these videos. If you ever, thought about what you where eating, wearing, sitting on etc. If it bothered you just a bit, that you where eating dead animals, or wearing the skin of a dead animal. Or buying a car and spending $$$$ for dead animal seats. Then watch, if you can. For me it changed everything. If you want to take a stand against the abuse of animals. The first way, would be to decrease the demand for animal consumption. It's a personal decision, but it's a powerful one. When you decide to stop lining the pockets of the abusive animal killing industry, you take the first steps in causing change. These are my thoughts, but its a win win, for you, animals, the environment, your heath, the ecosystems etc, etc So WATCH IF YOU WILL, CHANGE WHAT YOU CAN. THE VIDEOS ARE GRAPHIC AND DISTURBING, SO YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED.
The question is one I hear often from people, not as many friends since they have come to know I do "different things". Or when I get into something I really go all the way. Well when it comes to animals I always had an issue eating them. It bothered me that what was going into my mouth was once a part of an animal. I even always refused to eat Duck, or any Foul for that matter. When you stop let a family of Geese cross the road, how you letter eat them? I work in Health Care and always have taken cafe of my health for the past 15 years I stomped eating crap. I have diabetes in my family. So when my father hit 68 he became type II diabetic, a year latter my brother at 41, and myself at age 48. Well, I bike, go to the gym, and watched what I ate and still got diabetes. It was in the genes and well all the men in my family would up with. However, my father and myself have full heads of hair. My brother does not. So genes play a key role in will you get something or won't. Thank whatever being there is that over sees how you body ages, but cancer is not a condition that has ever struck my family. I smoked for 20 for stopped 15 years ago. Too make a long story short, I started taking interest in PETA and other animal activist groups. I have always had a dog or cat growing up, and I have 3 cats now. All rescues. So after signing up for Peta news letters I started to get email from Peta which included graphic photos and video that I found rather disturbing. Then I watched at the inhumanity to animals that occurs everywhere, especially slaughter houses. Almost year ago, I assume one of the most disturbing videos, that it changed my. (check out change your life section on this website). views on food. Well today, I am a vegetarian, I have gained no weight my diabetes is also a normal A1C and I feel great. I bike and kayak and the life style change has not been that difficult. Will, I become a vegan, maybe at some point. But know I do not eat animals any longer is a good feeling since I am one person that adding to the demand of killing more animals. Of course I am one person. However in numbers we do make a difference. Below is a article from Peta, its goes along with my story. Some people become vegans or vegetarians for one reason or another. Again, for me, I could no longer eat animals that I care about which would be all animals. Once I learned that different cultures eat cats and dogs, that was icing on the cake. Finally, I saw a Peta photo with a pig and a dog. It stated "you love one and eat the other?" That was a contradiction in the greatest sense. Well that's by thoughts for the day. Mike
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