Going Meatless?

Why I'm not opposed to going ‘meatless’

If given the choice between eating conventionally raised meat and going meatless - I’d choose meatless, hands down. And I wouldn’t want the fake meat burgers. They’re full of GMO’s, chemicals, and estrogen's, and they’re made in a lab, not a kitchen.

I'm hyper aware of how the majority of livestock producers raise meat. Especially since we raise livestock on an organic farm. In our area there are too many confinement cattle and hog operations.

Going Meatless? Try Organic grass-fed meat instead

The rolling hills of north east Iowa are beautiful. A drive through the country sounds picturesque.

In truth it’s smelly and gross. It’s rolled up windows and held breath. It’s disgusting stenches from feedlots and gagging when manure pits are emptied and sprayed onto fields.

When we go to a restaurant that doesn't have organic meat on the menu I choose the vegetarian dishes for two reasons:

  • I've seen how confinement livestock is raised
  • I’ve smelled how confinement animals live

I never want to taste the meat that the majority of farmers produce.

Organic, grass-fed meat is the best choice. If that’s not an option, I’ll go meatless.

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