posted on Aug, 30 2015 @ 12:18 AM
I dont mean to be callouse about this subject. But unfortunatly feeding the hungry masses sitting in the drive through is a very large business.
Hunting is a different story yes. Especially if done with precision.
But think about this. If hunting were to feed the masses, we would be out of deer and elk and moose in year one completely.
Feeding the humans takes massive animal manufacturing. And the have to high speed the processing of these animals. Otherwise your six pack of nuggets
would be ten bucks or more.
When I raise a cow, it wanders around aimlessly munching on grasses for a couple of years. When I call the outfit to come out and kill it, they drop
the beast and have it carved up before the meat stops quivering. Then it hangs and cures for a couple of weeks before being butchered and bundled. It
lasts my family about a year.
Now, think about all the steaks and cuts sold in America every single day. Then add all the burger shops and steak houses added. Basically, farmers
and butchers just dont have time to mess around. They get the product out asap and then do it again. Everyday.
The pigs, fish, and chicken are no different. It has to be done.
Tyson kills many millions of chicken a day around America. That is what they do.
It is a sad fact you might not want to think about when you are sitting at the dinner table.