Factory farming has held out a promise of profits to farmers and investors, but objective nature, the feelings and the basic needs of the veal calves, the pigs and the hens severely deprived and confined for months in crates or cages so small they cannot even stretch out their limbs. Many small farmers have gone out of business when investment in expensive equipment they were led to believe would result in profits, led instead to bankruptcy. "We need a boundless ethics which will include the animals also." Albert Schweitzer.
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Book Description Animal Welfare Inst, 1987. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110938414127