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    Liberation). Factory farming is an industrialized farm in which poultry, pigs, or cattle are confined indoors in conditions intended to maximize production of minimal cost. The practice of factory farming is unethical for many reasons, more specifically, because of health issues. During factory farming, the animals are treated poorly and put in terrible environments. These animals are often put into such little spaces that they are unable to lie down comfortably or even turn around. Wired cages, metal crates, and other devices are just the beginning of the horrible process known as factory farming.…

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    Factory farms have both a good and bad side. In order to understand this, it helps to know what factory farming is. Factory farming is “a large, industrial operation that raises large numbers of animals for food” (ASPCA, 2016). Factory farming is something that the public does not necessarily like to think about. They do not like to think about it because they assume that something in the United States that provides so much food for people has to be done both safely for the consumption by humans…

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    Factory Farming Banned

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    Should factory farming be banned? Yes I believe that factory farming should be banned it just to out of hand to many animals kept in one area for diseases to spread but when farmers look upon it’s not like they see 5 out of the 10,000 chickens having the disease because when you millions of animal that are exactly the same they would all have the disease and it would be unnoticeable because they would all look the same. Factory farming is way overrated I believe I think it’s the most wrong thing…

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    After watching an interesting documentary about factory farming, I learned so much about its unhealthy and abusive practices towards animals. The film was highly critical of the process of factory farming and provided relevant information about how the process as a whole was exploiting animals. This film had a serious impact on me and a result, I decided to stop eating meat and follow a vegetarian diet. This new lifestyle change was working pretty well, it made me feel good about myself as I…

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    Factory farming is a system of rearing livestock using intensive methods, by which poultry, pigs, or cattle are confined indoors under strictly controlled conditions. Factory farms control the U.S. food production. According to Safe.org.nz “Factory farming began around the nineteen sixties and nineteen seventies with the popularity of fast food” (paragraph 2). It created the ability for companies to buy larger quantities of meat for a lesser amount of money. Factory farming also affects the…

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    In this paper, I will discuss Norcross’ argument that the purchase and consumption of factory-raised meat should be condemned to abolish factory farming. I will analyze four morally relevant differences between the Fred and the puppies case and the factory farming case. I argue Norcross’ response to the four differences are strong enough to enhance his overall argument of condemning the purchase and consumption of factory-raised meat which will end factory farming. The argument for the…

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    Introduction For the past two decades animal farming has developed into an industrial operation of raising animals for human consumption (Food & Water Watch, 2015). Industrialized farming methods are used to produce large quantities of meat for society, at a faster rate to market than traditional farming methods. Additionally, economies of scale, along with efficient meat production methods, make this type of farming a profitable business. However, consumers do not always know where their meat…

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    horrifying conditions when facing the end of their lives. All of these unethical experiences are due to factory farming. Factory farms are massive, dark, mechanized versions of the old-fashioned, outdoor, American farm that most think of. Leaders of the meat industry and other companies aspiring for rapid success use factory farming to gain the most profit they can for the least amount of effort and money put forth. There…

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    and antibiotics. Over the past decades, questionable practices by the system have been used, causing many health and environmental issues. One of the many issues in the system is the treatment of animals in factory farms. When grocery shopping, have you ever wondered…

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    Factory farming is not extremely beneficial, but society needs industrial farms. While factory farming now controls a majority of the market, it was not always this way. On the contrary, individual farmers once supplied the United States with food instead of Massive company farms. However, even though small farms still comprise a majority of all farms, they retain very little control of the agricultural market. In general, large farms tend to rapidly produce meat. Consequentially, this results…

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