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Unformatted text preview: they very good at eating meat for that matter, though that doesn’t stop us from feeding it to them either. Yes, cows eat meat. In fact, the industry built around turning other animal parts into cow parts has its own trade group, the National Renderers Association, which lobbies to expand the practice of feeding cows a slurry of horse blood, chicken feathers, beef fat, and even domestic cats and dogs. Getting a cow to gain five pounds per day by eating kernels of starchy goodness embedded in the Humane Society's leftovers requires, depending on your perspective, either clever finesse or brute force; the cows aren't fed anything else, and they're medicated for as long as their bodies can handle it. In the case of...
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