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Online wily ole dog

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« 2019-Dec-05, 11:30 AM Reply #425 »


from the fact animals are killed for human and pet consumption every single day.


I fail to see what the problem is with that

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« 2019-Dec-05, 03:25 PM Reply #426 »

I fail to see what the problem is with that

  emthup  As long as they are treated ethically I can't see the issue.

I don't want to eat 'Winx' but I'm not going to judge those who do.

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« 2019-Dec-05, 03:59 PM Reply #427 »

I fail to see what the problem is with that

I don't have a problem with it either. As I don't have a problem with anyone eating horse, cat, dog or guinea pig. Not to my palate, but to each their own.

As Gintara says treat them ethically and move on.

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« 2019-Dec-05, 05:42 PM Reply #428 »
I think the taste depends on how it is cooked too.  If you are going to eat something different, do you cook it almost plain like to see what it tastes like or do you add spices / herbs to mask the taste if you are squeamish?

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« 2019-Dec-05, 07:36 PM Reply #429 »
The devastating drought and backlash from an ABC 7.30 report will culminate in excess horses being euthanised after Friday's equine auction in Echuca.

The biggest horse saleyard in Australia is anticipating more than 200 horses of all breeds to be up for sale on Friday, with truckloads arriving from Queensland and NSW due to the drought and horses having no water to live off.

Less than 10 per cent of the horses for sale are expected to be thoroughbreds, with the majority quarter horses, paint horses and Clydesdales.

https://www.theage.com.au/sport/racing/drought-and-welfare-backlash-to-culminate-in-mass-horse-euthanisation-20191205-p53h69.html

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« 2019-Dec-06, 10:16 AM Reply #430 »
No story there Wily, Caro hyphen knows she's lose public opinion if she started on farmers.

It's the fact of life that when times are tough, livestock gets sent off to the sales to recoup some outlay whilst reducing your overheads.


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« 2019-Dec-06, 10:52 AM Reply #431 »
Looking at the sale mate its staggering the number of quarterhorses and clydesdales that are there.

yep, no milage in attacking those breeders :chin:


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