The essay that I wrote during the first midterm test in KMLA

Factory Farming

 Whenever some foods that contain meats are in a menue in KMLA, first graders are not able to eat the foods because all the second and third graders eat all the food in a very short time, while all the vegetables are remained. Human likes eating meat, in general. Humans eat gigantic amounts of meat everyday. To provide enough meat, human raises animals in cages for mass production of meat. A firm that mass-produces meat by raising animals in small cage must be banned for several reasons. Factory farm has some moral problems; factory farm has a problem of inefficient distribution of economical resources.

 Factory farm has some moral problems. In factory farms, animals are not treated as living creatures but as products. For example, in some cow farms, cows are grown in a cage that is so small that the cws cannot move because the farms want to produce tender meat with minimum amount of muscles. Some factory farms that do not respect animals cause problem off not respecting living creatures.

 Factory farms do not use limited resources efficiently. Still, many people are starving because they do not have food. However, cows in factory farms are eating tons of corns. The amount of number who can eat food by the meat is much lesser than the number of people who can eat by those corns. By the inefficiency of re-allocation of food resources, some people are starving.

 I am the one who runs every lunch and dinner time to get meat. I understand that eating meat is favorable. However, in respect of the animals that cannot freely run on the green field for their whole life time and in consider of the people who are starving, factory farms should be forbidden.


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