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Thursday, September 25, 2014

Eat Ponies

In a splendidly robust piece of advice the Dartmoor Hill Pony Association (DHPA) says the best way to save herds of ponies on the ancient moorland is by creating a "market" for them by eating them.

It follows comments by Princess Anne endorsing eating horses to improve their welfare.

Like it or not, when there is a market for an animal there is usually an incentive to breed it and care for it (until it is slaughtered). Hence the fact we have cows. Were we to stop eating cow/beef and using their milk, cows would die out.

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  1. Anonymous12:01 PM

    Vegetarians never think of that. They think that they are doing animals a favour by not eating them.

    If nobody ate lamb there would be no sheep.
    Farmers would not keep fields full of them for the entertainment of town people on their once a year day out to the countryside. Sheep are expensive to feed, and fields of grass would have to be grown which would take up valuable lentil cultivation areas for vegetarians.

    The only place you would see a sheep would be a zoo.

    I fucking hate vegetarians. The smug cunts that they are.

  2. Expat in Canada1:58 PM

    I think the veggies fixate on the cases where wild animals have been hunted to extinction and assume the same is happening to livestock.
    My favourite example to irritate veggies is pigs: whereas cows and sheep can produce something useful when alive (ie. milk and wool), a pig is only useful when it is dead.
    Then of course there are the vegans who would wipe out all livestock.
    There are some small farms in my area that specialise in breeding rare breeds of cattle and pigs for meat, in order to preserve these heritage breeds. That must drive the veggies crazy.