First and Last Name of studentArticle 15:“Where Meat Comes From”James BondFebruary 12, 2020Author Note: James BondThe author does not have any background or education in agriculture. Bond is a contributing writer to The New York Times. He has positioned himself as reasoned defender of the mainstream food industry. He is also the author of Just Food: Where Locavores Get It Wrong and How We Can Truly Eat Responsibly.”Try your best to locate the author and give as much information as you can about the author so that we can decide if we trust the source or not.
Article # 15“Where Meat Comes From”NotesThe business of animal products is gross like mad cow, E. coli, salmonella, pink slimThere are multiple responses to these issues, farmers would have to have prescriptions forsick animals instead of using antibioticsThose who do not agree to factory farming get their meat products from nonindustrial farmersFarmers practice grass-fed, free-range, cage-free, and pastured, all of these options are from organic farms which animals are treated more fairly and humane, more natural but itis not necessarily the best alternative, Grass fed cows emit more chemicals than grain fed, pastured chickens has a higher impact to global warming, take up a lot of land using the grass fed method, not really sustainable for the environment, using up more resourcesNon-industrial farmers say their method is more natural even though they emit the same population as the industrial farmers, the chickens they breed are created to get fat more quickly which means more leg injuries, pigs have nose rings to prevent them from rooting, they say they are doing it the natural way, but it is not natural for the animalsProduction of meat is produced by small local farms, then it would not last in the
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