M.Magis wrote:kerley wrote:ga.prime wrote:So, I guess you must test all your animals for every disease known to science before you sell them or eat them? Because, how would you know if they had a disease if you didn't test for it? Then you shoot and dispose of them in a sanitary manner if they have any kind of disease? Do you think beef processing plants do this or should be required to do this?
ga.prime, You can guess any be nice thing you choose, If I had a sick cow It would see the Vet. If i knowingly owned a diseased cow I would put it down rather than inter it into a food chain that even you might eat. I have no control over any beef processing plant. You are trying to start an arguement with me and you just failed. I suggest you continue guessing.
I think you’re missing his point all together. No all diseases are something you can detect but simply looking at an animal. Many diseases go unknown for years. Is it safe to assume you don’t have every animal you sell tested for all known diseases? If not, there’s a decent chance you’ve sold diseased animals at some point or another. Same with any animals you have butchered. That doesn’t mean they’re unsafe to eat.
I don’t see anyone trying to start an argument, though I will say you were the one to get defensive and questioning peoples’ morals.
Thank you very much for your valued opinion.