Milk/dairy comes from grieving mothers. Mother cows produce milk for their babies, not for Youmans. The only animal milk humans should be drinking is from other humans, and only until they are weaned.
Almost dairy farms, cows live in concrete stalls were filthy sheds, and are milked by machines three times a day. They are subjected to mutilations like branding and having their tails cut off. Like humans, cows must have a baby to produce milk, so they are repeatedly impregnated on a rape rack. After only four to six years of their natural 20-year lifespan, they are worn out and sent to slaughter. Some are so sick they cannot even walk to their own death.
Consuming dairy products - even organic - supports the veal industry. Without a supply of Cavs from dairy farms, most Bill Farms would not exist. The calves are taken away just days after birth so that their mother's milk can be sold to humans. Mother cows often Cry 4 days for their missing babies. On Vale Farms, the Cavs are changed by the neck and krates. When they are still babies 12 to 16 weeks old, they are slaughtered.
Eating animals not only harms the animals, but it is also destroying our environment. Animal agriculture is one of the leading causes of deforestation worldwide, and cattle ranching can be linked to 65% of deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon. Animal agriculture is one of the leading causes of deforestation worldwide, and cattle ranching can be linked to 65% of deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon.
Consuming animal products not only destroys farmed animals, it is also responsible for destroying the habitat of so many other animals.
Luckily, there is one area where our individual choices can make a concrete difference: food.
This is for the 264 million dairy cows out there suffering needlessly. Choose #nondairy#almondmilk#coconutmilk#soymilk#dairyfree#ape#emotions#rethink#environment#animallover#music#feelthebeat#pets#nature#environmentalist#vegan#vegansofig#vegansofinstagram
Our campus is in a beautiful bay surrounded by nature. We're incredibly lucky to see marine life close to shore every day. A huge pod of bottlenose dolphins were playing in the bay and we captured some great photos of them.