Samples "Ethics"

Ethics

Factory farming should be referred to as largely an industrial process that targets mass-produced animal products. According to the latest surveys on intensive production of farm animals, it becomes apparent that factory farming brings a number of risks and/or threats to public health and the welfare of animals themselves. Specifically...

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Introduction Gestation sow housing remains a controversial issue today. In a variety of empirical and theoretical scholarly works, the advantages and disadvantages of three types of pregnant sow housing have been assessed and debated with regard to animal welfare and production outcomes. Even though more and more scholars and practitioners...

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When people go to the grocery store to grab their essentials, most of them probably don’t think about where their favorite important products came from. They come across eggs and milk in the dairy section and compare the prices between farms whose animals are free-range and the farms where animals...

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Animal testing belongs to one of the most contested issues of these days. With the growing interest in the use of cosmetics, which is produced after being tested on animals, many questions whether such animal treatment should be allowed at all. Given the fact that animal testing has played a...

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Introduction While some animal activists are against animal testing in any form, most people recognize a distinction between using animals for cosmetic testing and the testing of experimental medical treatment using animals. While testing cosmetics on animals is not technically necessary anymore and seems to border on cruelty, many medical...

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The US pet industry is a big business. As of 2013 Americans owned more than 78.2 million dogs and over 86.4 million cats. The annual pet expenditures overtop a staggering $51 billion on a nationwide scale. Notwithstanding such a tremendous adoration, three to four million of pets are found in...

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It was early in the morning when I opened my door and heard a weird sound outside. Once I was down the stairs, I saw an image that filled me with compassion. A bird was lying there with what seemed like a broken left foot and I knew that there...

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Not so long ago, there was no such thing as animal rights. The privilege of rights itself was granted to members of society to the extent of their actual or expected contribution to this society. Employees have a right to compensation, citizens have a right to choose their government, children...

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I am a veterinary technician in the making and concerned about the explosion of live food outlets all over the world points a glaring picture of humanity’s insatiable appetite, where individuals have no qualms destroying the natural environment. Apart from devouring forests and non-renewable energy, human society has deteriorated into...

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