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Is Factory Farming Harming America?

by Stuart A. Kallen

  • 253 Want to read
  • 13 Currently reading

Published by Greenhaven Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Technology - Agriculture,
  • Agriculture / Horticulture (Young Adult),
  • Social Problems (General) (Young Adult),
  • Juvenile Nonfiction,
  • Children: Young Adult (Gr. 10-12),
  • United States,
  • Social Science - General,
  • Animal industry,
  • Livestock factories

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesAt Issue Series
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages149
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9668660M
    ISBN 100737734388
    ISBN 109780737734386
    OCLC/WorldCa70219790

      Factory farms, where large numbers of livestock are raised indoors in conditions intended to maximize production at minimal cost, affect all of meat companies have steadily driven down the prices farmers receive for the livestock they raise, forcing farmers to get big or get out. Small farms Author: Kaye Spector. Persuasive Speech: Factory Farming; Persuasive Speech: Factory Farming shop trying to lessen the excess nutrients harming our world and one of the founders argue that "If you 're growing food directly where it 's eaten, there. Read More. a book that can help transform dry and rather remote concepts into practical reality, and lead to.

    Factory Farming: The True Costs An Animal Rights Article from FROM. Humane Farming Association (HFA) January The take-over of agriculture in the U.S. by large corporations has allowed a larger number of animals to be produced more quickly and for less money. Industrial farming is harming farmers, the environment, and public health / Ronnie Cummins Commercial fertilizers and farms are far superior to organic farms / R.I Throckmorton Factory farm animals are treated inhumanely / Mark H. Bernstein.

    Intensive animal farming or industrial livestock production, also known by its opponents as factory farming, is a type of intensive agriculture, specifically an approach to animal husbandry designed to maximize production, while minimizing costs. To achieve this, agribusinesses keep livestock such as cattle, poultry, and fish at high stocking densities, at large scale, and using modern.   The in-depth assessment presented in this document of the various significant impacts of the world’s livestock sector on the environment is deliberately termed Livestock’s long shadow so as to help raise the attention of both the technical and the general public to the very substantial contribution of animal agriculture to climate change and air pollution, to land, soil and water Author: Valerie Lang Waldin.


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: Is Factory Farming Harming America. (At Issue Series) (): Kallen, Stuart A.: BooksPrice: $ Get this from a library. Is factory farming harming America?. [Stuart A Kallen;] -- Offers the reader not only a full spectrum of dissent on factory farming, but also the ability to test the validity of arguments by following up on sources used as evidence.

Is factory farming harming America. by None. Publication date Topics Offers the reader not only a full spectrum of dissent on factory farming, but also the ability to test the validity of arguments by following up on sources used as evidence Borrow this book to access EPUB and PDF files.

IN COLLECTIONS. Books to Borrow. Books for Pages: ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource. Contents: Industrial farming is harming farmers, the environment, and public health / Ronnie Cummins --Commercial fertilizers and farms are far superior to organic farms / R.I Is Factory Farming Harming America?

book --Factory farm animals are treated inhumanely / Mark H. Bernstein --Factory farm. Table of contents for Is factory farming harming America. / Stuart A. Kallen, book editor. Bibliographic record and links to related information available from the Library of Congress catalog.

Here are the factory farming facts: Tail removal causes immediate and lasting pain to the animal. Further, the lack of hygiene resulting from crowded cages, pens, and floors in factory farms contributes anyway to the very infections farmers seek to prevent. Horses Are Bred for the Purposes of Extracting Urine.

News about factory farming, including commentary and archival articles published in The New York Times. Books shelved as factory-farms: How to Create a Vegan World: A Pragmatic Approach by Tobias Leenaert, Vache à lait - Dix mythes de l'industrie laitière b.

Factory Farming (Current Controversies) Paperback – Aug by Debra A. Miller (Author)Author: Debra A. Miller. Is Factory Farming Harming America.

(At Issue) by Stuart A. Kallen (Editor) Library, Pages, Published ISBN X / X ISBN / An examination of the pros and cons of factory : Is Factory Farming Harming America. by Kallen, Stuart A. (Edt) Essays debate the impact on health, benefits, and disadvantages of the large-scale factory farming of animals.

Good (G): Average used book with all pages present. Possible loose bindings, highlighting, cocked spine or torn dust jackets. Used textbooks do not come with. Pigs, cows, chickens, fish, and other animals raised at factory farms experience unimaginable cruelty. MFA investigations have uncovered routine abuse and frequent torture at these facilities, including cows kicked, punched, and dragged by the neck; piglets’ tails cut off with dull blades; chickens stabbed and stomped to death; and fish skinned and cut open while still conscious and able to.

In his book Animal Factory, journalist David Kirby explores the problems of factory farms, from untreated animal waste to polluted waterways. Kirby talks to TIME about large-scale industrial farming, the lack of government oversight and the terrible fate of a North Carolina river.

Immediately download the Factory farming summary, chapter-by-chapter analysis, book notes, essays, quotes, character descriptions, lesson plans, and more - everything you need for studying or. Aquaculture—the farming of fish and other aquatic species—is one of the fastest-growing areas of food production, surpassing global beef production.

About half of all consumed fish—namely salmon, tuna, cod, trout and halibut—are raised in artificial environments, as opposed to being wild-caught, creating a number of welfare concerns. North of Williams is a Cafo whose name, Quality Egg, has come to represent the worst of factory farming.

InNew York temporarily banned the. Lymbery argues that factory farming is not – as some contend – an efficient, space-saving way to produce the world’s food but rather a method in which the invisible costs are actually far Author: Bibi Van Der Zee.

The number of hogs on factory farms increased by more than one-third, and the average farm size swelled nearly 70 percent from to The number of hogs on factory farms with more than 1,head grew by percent — from million in to million in Factory Farming Clip: Season 1 Stone Acres farm in Kansas is owned by farmer Greg Stone, he explains how the farm has changed since his grandfather first began farming in the s.

Factory Farming and the Environment. With more than nine billion animals raised and slaughtered for human consumption each year in the U.S. alone, modern animal agriculture puts an incredible strain on natural resources such as land, water, and fossil fuel.

Factory Farming. 97% of the 10 billion animals tortured and killed each year are farm animals. Factory farming is an industrial process in which animals and the products they generate are mass produced.

The animals are not seen as an individual, sentient beings with unique physical and psychological needs but as eggs, milk, meat, leather, etc.factory farming meaning: 1. a system of farming in which a lot of animals are kept in a small closed area, in order to. Learn more. Factory farming, though not directly, is responsible for deforestation and draining of wetlands.

With factory farming also comes industrial agriculture. During the mass farming of crops like wheat and soy, pesticides and insecticides are heavily used. These chemicals end up in the soil and water, as well as in the animals and ultimately, us.