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Anonymous

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If everyone becomes vegan, what happens to all the animals worldwide that would otherwise be killed for food?

Who looks after them?

Who pays the vet bills?

Do we just let them breed?

What happens to the land that the animals are currently on?
 

Gaetano

Half A Person
The vast amounts of these animals wouldn't exist in the same quantity because they're specifically bred for consumption, not based on natural offspring. For example, cows are continuously forcefully impregnated to produce more cows for consumption, etc.

Also, they'd become free animals like squirrels, bears, deer, etc... Who pays the vet bills for them?? :lol:

And finally, the land that these animals are currently on can still exist with the animals on it. And since the quantity of these animals will continually decrease through process of nature, this extra land can be used for agriculture since we'll need more of it because if everyone becomes vegan, there'll be a MUCH higher consumption of grain, vegetables, and fruits.
 
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Anonymous

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The vast amounts of these animals wouldn't exist in the same quantity because they're specifically bred for consumption, not based on natural offspring. For example, cows are continuously forcefully impregnated to produce more cows for consumption, etc.

Also, they'd become free animals like squirrels, bears, deer, etc... Who pays the vet bills for them?? :lol:

And finally, the land that these animals are currently on can still exist with the animals on it. And since the quantity of these animals will continually decrease through process of nature, this extra land can be used for agriculture since we'll need more of it because if everyone becomes vegan, there'll be a MUCH higher consumption of grain, vegetables, and fruits.
So you think cows would become free animals? And they'd what, wander the forests and roads of the world with nobody to care for them? What happens when winter comes around? They'd all die. https://www.purinamills.com/cattle-feed/education/detail/wintering-cattle-tips-to-keep-them-warm

What about all the chickens on this rock that exist just to lay eggs? Just let them free? They'd all die.

As for the land, do you really think that farmers would allow animals to just roam free on their land? The same farmers that currently see pound signs instead of animals? No chance. They'd want to profit off of their land, not care for animals that they can't profit from.
 

Gaetano

Half A Person
So you think cows would become free animals? And they'd what, wander the forests and roads of the world with nobody to care for them? What happens when winter comes around? They'd all die. https://www.purinamills.com/cattle-feed/education/detail/wintering-cattle-tips-to-keep-them-warm

What about all the chickens on this rock that exist just to lay eggs? Just let them free? They'd all die.

As for the land, do you really think that farmers would allow animals to just roam free on their land? The same farmers that currently see pound signs instead of animals? No chance. They'd want to profit off of their land, not care for animals that they can't profit from.
Well if they already die for human consumption, it's better they die as free animals due to whatever circumstances you claim as multiple animals do. Then, the species will eventually evolve into something withstanding to its new material conditions over multiple generations.

And as for your point about farmers letting them on their land, I think is very true. However, I think that's more of a critique of capitalism, which is why we must look beyond capitalism for FULL liberation.
 
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Anonymous

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The meat industry is going to wind down over a protracted period. It isn't going to just disappear overnight leaving a gazillion animals in need of adopting.

However, if there are any farm animals here and there that no one knows what to do with, they could be given to incels for use as sex-slaves. It's a win-win.
 
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Anonymous

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The meat industry is going to wind down over a protracted period. It isn't going to just disappear overnight leaving a gazillion animals in need of adopting.
So long term, the plan is to reduce the breeding of animals for the meat industry with the remainder going to sanctuaries all over the globe?

I just can't see it. What I can see are farmers culling their livestock to quickly enter the vegan game.
 

gordyboy9

GAME OF DEATH.
The vast amounts of these animals wouldn't exist in the same quantity because they're specifically bred for consumption, not based on natural offspring. For example, cows are continuously forcefully impregnated to produce more cows for consumption, etc.

Also, they'd become free animals like squirrels, bears, deer, etc... Who pays the vet bills for them?? :lol:

And finally, the land that these animals are currently on can still exist with the animals on it. And since the quantity of these animals will continually decrease through process of nature, this extra land can be used for agriculture since we'll need more of it because if everyone becomes vegan, there'll be a MUCH higher consumption of grain, vegetables, and fruits.
totally agree,would love to see the world without humans.lets face it the planet is f***ed and its all our fault.
 
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