Don’t think for a minute that the meat that winds up on your table has come from cows that run and eat in the pasture.
Nope. What you will get are cows that have been penned in and fed the cheapest food available.
Remember, the name of the game is profit. And the way to increase profit is to cut costs.
For the most part, cattle in America are seen not as animals or living, breathing entities, but as commodities—products to be bought and sold for consumption. So, in many cases, the mistreatment of these commodities doesn’t get a second thought. Large-scale producers are interested in raising the most profitable product for the lowest cost, and this means feeding them some pretty strange stuff.
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