Thursday, March 14, 2013

Exploration 9

The first thing that came to my mind when i watch Fresh was disturbance.The way they treated those animals honestly made it hard for me to eat my chicken dinner that night. It makes me think that how use as the human race are messed up, how can we be so cruel to those animals. I mean we are already going to kill them just so we can have our chicken dinner so why not give them respect them while they are on this earth. We are showing the the earth is a terrifying place when its really a beautiful place. One guy that stood out to me was the sustainable farmer. I have a lot of respect for him because he respects the animals he stated "respect the design of nature" and he is absolutely right and every farmer should treat there animals like that. Even there crops, it is actually a proven fact that is you talk or play Mozart for example to your plants they will grow a lot better. I also disagreed with that fact that they where giving the animals stuff to help them grow, when in the end whatever they give to the animals ends up in our body's because we eat them. Fresh was an eye opener and i think every american should watch it so they can realize what we are really doing to this world and mother nature, and if we don't put an end to this now i believe something will happen and we wont get our food anymore. Mother nature is not someone to mess with and i believe that this needs to come to an end, i'm not saying to stop killing the animals because i love meat but stop being so cruel and feeding them antibiotics. Which brings me to my question i have they say "the only way you can grow vast amounts of the exact same species in close comportment is by antibiotics". What antibiotics exactly are they feeding them? What are they putting into those animals that eventually get put into us? How are we so sure that its safe for not only us but the animals as well. I think they should just let the cow or the pig grow up naturally and so what if they end up being to fat, i would rather that then them getting something injected into them that we eventually eat. 

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