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  • Let the Consumers choose

    I think it should be legal.
    However, I think it should be mandatory for it to be labelled so consumers know how it has been grown, so if they disagree they can eat free range instead. If people stop buying factory farmed meat than it will stopped being produced, and factory farming will end.
    However, imposing regulation that doesn't affect you is unfair because it will make thousands lose their livelihood, so let the consumers choose whether to sustain the industry or not, so while the effect will not be immediate, as the world continues to develop, factory farming will surely be phased out

  • It's so disgusting.

    Factory farming is an evil and disgusting act, people are blinded by fancy labels and don't understand how horrible this monstrosity truly is. There are ways around it, they don't have to treat animals like this but they still do.
    Of the 3.2 million egg-laying chickens in New Zealand, eighty-three per cent are caged.Most caged hens are beak-trimmed; those that are not are kept under very low light levels to reduce feather pecking and cannibalism.One battery hen shed may contain as many as 45,000 caged hens.Each battery hen has a floor space smaller than an A4 piece of paper.In December 2012 the Government released a new welfare code for layer hens that bans the standard battery cage yet allows a new kind of battery cage, called the colony cage.A colony cage provides each hen with 750 square centimetres space (just over an A4 piece of paper in area). Hens have minimal ‘enrichment' inside these cages. When a hen's egg production falls below the farmer's requirements, generally after 18 months, she is of no more use and slaughtered.Dead layer hens are often disposed of in landfills or may be processed to make soup and pet food.In all egg production systems, the male chicks, unable to lay eggs, have no economic value and are killed at one day old.In New Zealand over three million one-day-old male chicks are considered byproducts and killed each year by gassing or maceration (being minced alive). The industry also refers to this process as ‘instantaneous fragmentation' in an attempt to make it sound less brutal. These are just some of the many disgusting things that happened to these poor, chickens and many more animals. How could you be okay with this?

  • It's so disgusting.

    Factory farming is an evil and disgusting act, people are blinded by fancy labels and don't understand how horrible this monstrosity truly is. There are ways around it, they don't have to treat animals like this but they still do.
    Of the 3.2 million egg-laying chickens in New Zealand, eighty-three per cent are caged.Most caged hens are beak-trimmed; those that are not are kept under very low light levels to reduce feather pecking and cannibalism.One battery hen shed may contain as many as 45,000 caged hens.Each battery hen has a floor space smaller than an A4 piece of paper.In December 2012 the Government released a new welfare code for layer hens that bans the standard battery cage yet allows a new kind of battery cage, called the colony cage.A colony cage provides each hen with 750 square centimetres space (just over an A4 piece of paper in area). Hens have minimal ‘enrichment' inside these cages. When a hen's egg production falls below the farmer's requirements, generally after 18 months, she is of no more use and slaughtered.Dead layer hens are often disposed of in landfills or may be processed to make soup and pet food.In all egg production systems, the male chicks, unable to lay eggs, have no economic value and are killed at one day old.In New Zealand over three million one-day-old male chicks are considered byproducts and killed each year by gassing or maceration (being minced alive). The industry also refers to this process as ‘instantaneous fragmentation' in an attempt to make it sound less brutal. These are just some of the many disgusting things that happened to these poor, chickens and many more animals.

  • No, it is cruel.

    I understand that we need meat and poultry but factory farming is just plain cruel. Why not give what little of a life they will have a good sound meaning? Treat them with the same respect you would treat other animals. How is it we have animal police, but it only applies to pets?

  • People could gain crops to eat.

    My opinion is that animals are treated in a bad way this is due to factory farming. We humans have been given a good brain to think on what is right and what is wrong so why don't we use it the right way animals too have a freedom to live in this world plus think it the opposite way that animals live like in a human life and that we people live in animal life what would it feel like ? I mean like beaten with whips to do what they desire the most by gaining more money producing pollution and making animal life loose it's freedom I conclude this speech or saying that factory farming is illegal and should be stopped at once!


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kawaii_crazy says2013-09-25T22:43:51.657
Seriously, u asked this question!?
Isn't it obvious?!!!!!!!???????????? Factory farming is cruel and not good at all!