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        04-05-2010, 06:55 PM
      #51
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    Well I worked in meat facory and witnessed how the animals were left over nite in pens with the smell of death few metres down the factory,and how terrified they were..also saw how far down the line contaminated meat could get before detection..dont forget bse and foot and mouth and pig diseases have been all in last ten to fifteen years when we are so technologically advanced...but I belive in peoples right to eat the meat they want to..i don't eat meatjust fish and I wouldnt impose my choices on anybody else..
         
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        04-05-2010, 07:08 PM
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    Trained
    You must live in a different country than I do. I have never seen terrified animals left overnight in any pens. In fact, all the animals had to be killed that were in the pens that day. Later in the night other cattle would be delivered into freshly cleaned pens. I don't think any livestock can reason enough to know what is about to happen.
         

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