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    The idea that eating meat is a controversial topic for people. Some people think that there is nothing against it but others feel that it is something that should be completely avoided. Something that a lot of people from both sides agree on is that the meat industry is not what it should be and that there are a lot of things that need fixed. This is something that a lot of Ethicists agree on and even Kant for example can even have it looked at in several different ways with his different ideas.…

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    fast it will get worst. We must cut down on meat and dairy in our diet. We must find other food sources such as plants to protect the environment. To feed one person a year on a vegan diet it only takes 1/16 of an acre. A vegetarian diet take 3 times as much land which is 3/16 but to eat the way we do with meat,dairy and eggs it takes 18 times more land. This is because you can produce 37,000 lbs of vegetables on 1 1/2 acres, and only 375 lbs of meat on that same amount of land. If you…

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    makes this one of the most powerful industry on the country and major export item that makes it a preferable segment of the business to be discussed. Supply Chain Description The supply chain of the red meat industry in Australia is dominated by beef because it is a significant part of the red meat production and export in Australia (Newsome & Llewelyn, 2014). Steps of the production of beef and its stakeholders The following are the steps of the supply chain in case of the export with specific…

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    ponder on where their consumed meat originated from they generally brainstorm ideas of the stereotypical farm or cattle grazing in a pasture. With new technologies this may no longer be the general idea of many. Throughout my seventeen years of life I have always lived on a fourth-generation family farm; therefore, I have always been directly involved in the agriculture industry. Looking towards the future of agriculture, a concern I have is lab grown meat. Lab grown meat has recently reached…

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    Leaving Meat, Living Healthy Most of people believe that human cannot get enough nutrition without meat, and meat is the best source to get iron. In fact, the situation is opposite “Meat and cheese may be as bad as smoking” (Wu, 2014, para1); eating meat can cause more bad effects than benefits. On the one hand, animals have the same right as human; however, there are thousands of animals been killed every year because of the profit of the meat products. On the other hand, food additives in…

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    Bell's meat mix was tested and it was found that about 15% of it was protein. That might not sound like a lot, but for ground beef, it’s right around normal. That is because ground beef is mainly composed of water and fat so that percentage of protein is normal. However, that’s not all that was tested. There were some ingredients that were found in the meat that you would not find in your supermarket meat. One such ingredient is soy lecithin. That is a binding agent so without it, the meat mix…

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    The Link Between Meat and Cancer : After reading this article I believe that it is very well written and contains a plethora of accurate information; however, it still does not change my beliefs in veganism. To begin, the explanation on how increased heme, the iron containing compound that gives meat its red color, increases the risk of cancer is very true. The greater the amount of red meat one eats, as opposed to fish meat or white meat, such as chicken, does in fact increase the heme in the…

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    Jay Bost begins his essay on the ethics of eating meat by introducing himself as a former vegetarian. He states that he has given much thought about the ethics of eating meat. His dietary changes were all based on ethics. This is why he has returned to conscientious meat-eating after being vegetarian and vegan. Bost's ethical reasons behind abstaining from meat were obvious and clear. Nowadays, most animals are raised and killed in cruel conditions. Grain that could feed hungry people feeds farm…

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    The Meat Industry verses Being a Vegetarian Do you know where the meat we all eat come from? This is something we all need to think about when we cook a nice juicy steak or going to your local McDonald’s for a Big Mac. Eating meat could be seen as being wasteful since it takes a lot of plants, which we know as a crop, can produce a small amount of meat. When people do a meat based diet is high in fats and cholesterol these are killers and bad for your health, verses a vegetarian diet, it offers…

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    Expository THE EFFECTS OF OUR MEAT. The disguised murder. Introduction When you walk thru the store and grab meat you don't connect it to a dead carcass it's food nothing more. We grow up learning that even in children's books we separate cute farm animals from are food. Society makes industry animals life's no longer a life but simple a product. “we eat pork not pigs, veal not baby calfs, animals are not killed in a slaughterhouse but processed in a packaging plant” -Dana Jones. Effect on…

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