Not only do these pollutants threaten our ecosystem, but also they can be directly linked to both immediate and long term health hazards for people nearby. Every day in the United States, animals are beaten, neglected, or forced to struggle for survival.
According to a research, the use of fossil fuels on factory farms to grow feed and to intensively raise land animals for food emits 90 million tons of carbon dioxide worldwide every year and accounts for 37 percent of methane emissions.
They all have miserable short lives before getting killed to be our food.
For instance, many high school students today are being professed, especially from their teachers, to choose a major that will have a high demand of jobs when they graduate from college.
It was reported that the workers, including the recruited former traditional farmers, have to working 16 hours a day and seven days a week. Seeing where they have to go and where they have been makes me feel horrible as person because the way we raise these animals and then to have them killed the way we do is just morally wrong.In a household, people isolate or physically abuse their animals, which can also be linked to family abuse Mass production allows products in demand to be easily available for purchase. Daniel Imhoff. The destruction of our environment is the second major concern directly related to the industrial practices of factory farming. How does the research support this reason? Our choices are not that limited, there are always better options for food such as traditional farming and organic farming, they operate in a more natural and humane way than factory farming. With factory farmed animals suffering unfair treatment, large quantities of animals are being abused and slaughtered. The life of the fish normally starts at hatcheries where the life cycle starts with the eggs where they are bred and cared for until they are eventually released as juveniles or continue their life in fish farms. They cannot have their natural diet. The link between pollution and human health brings us to our third major concern of the affects of factory farming.
Rather, it could lead to deterioration of business as the workers lack working incentive, like the Cafe de Coral exploitation scandal in Hong Kong.
I found it very interesting to see the cross overs between the goals being addresses at midnight farms and the goals I have seen addressed in music therapy The group of clients I worked with met once a week, every Thursday night.