Veterinarian Brian J. Gerloff
admonished most agricultural and animal-husbandry groups that oppose
changing cruel animal-husbandry practices. He believes that people
involved in animal agriculture "need to objectively look at our
animal-husbandry practices as an outsider would. And we must look
beyond the emphasis of profit and performance." Gerloff wants
everyone to ask themselves: Can we look them in the eye, assured
that we are doing our best as their caretakers?
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Look your food in the fact
The only way to look at animals in
the eye and know we are treating them with compassion and respect is
to let them live and exercise their God-given rights. While some
people treat their farm animals more humanely/less abusively than
others, at the end the animals are killed for human benefit,
regardless of the animals’ desire to live or their fear of death.
The transition to a plant-based diet helps us respect and obey God’s
ideal plan for all creatures.