There is no such thing as “humane meat”.
This post is retarded. Yes there is such thing as humane meat.
It has to do with their quality of life. Factory farmed animals are bred so they have more fat than muscle, often making it hard to walk or stand, if they had room to stand or walk. Many die from stress before they’re slaughtered, but those pounds of meat wasted are made up for by the ultra-cheap factory standards. Factory animals are usually given a cheap grain diet, which will fatten them but doesn’t give them their necessary nutrients.
Free range doesn’t tend to be much better. It means the animals have about 3 square feet to themselves, and have access to the outdoors, often through a tiny, “doggy door” type of opening.
I have to say, one of the reasons I’m proud of my restaurant job is because we buy from only local, humane farmers. The cows we get for our burgers and steaks have miles of Shenandoah countryside to roam, and are all TRUELY free-range and given a natural diet of grass. Same with our pigs and our chickens and our lambs. But that’s not often seen in restaurants or grocery stores.
Anyways, I just wanted to say that it’s natural to eat meat, humans are omnivores, and that animal death is a part of life.
Look up kosher, bitch.