1 Journal #4 In chapter ten of the Paarlberg book, the topic is revolved around animals. At the beginning it suggested that farm animals are not so different from crops, because we as humans have been enjoying its savory goodness since forever ago; and as time passes, people began breeding domestic animals as a source of food. The author also stated that both modern livestock production and crop production are heading towards the same direction in the market forces. Even though that they are similar from a "product" point of view, they are also significantly different. Because to state the obvious, farm animals requires more attention and management. To relate this to our class lectures and discussion, we talked about animal rights as well as animal welfare. A main part and also important part to all this are the five freedoms, freedom from: hunger, discomfort, pain/injury/disease, to express normal behavior, and from fear and distress. A lot of activist strongly protest against farm animals and encourage people to not eat meat, go
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- Spring '15