happy meat. Depicts the incongruous nature of the humane farming myth. If the treatment of animals is considered more humane (presumably on a less intensively-confined farm), then the assumption would be that the animals are happy. This does not take into account the entirety of their life situation from the hatcheries to slaughterhouses, their lack of options and freedom related to their bodies and babies, and their premature death. They are not queuing up at ‘humane’ slaughterhouses and saying “Please kill me here.”

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