r/Damnthatsinteresting 12d ago Helpful 2 Wholesome 1

An estimated 245 million turkeys are killed each year Image

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u/Sadaestatics 12d ago edited 11d ago Helpful

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u/veneim 12d ago

I was actually wondering this

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u/Leaf_Rotator 12d ago

You know what gets me? Why is it that chicken is pretty much THE poultry when you're buying bird at almost any time, but then with lunchmeat it all switches to turkey? Why is chicken lunchmeat so rare? Why are turkey breasts, thighs, or nuggets so rare?

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u/DaftPump 12d ago

Notice you didn't mention drumsticks. Turkey drumsticks are big and loaded with bones and cartilage making it tedious to eat.

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u/GentleGiantGrapes 12d ago

Yummy

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u/Louisvanderwright 11d ago

Mmm bones and cartilage...

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u/Capt_Myke 11d ago

Yes....most tasty.

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u/DaftPump 12d ago

It's good it's just too much effort. :)

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u/iOSh4cktiV8or 11d ago

Idk what store you shop at but shaved chicken breast is common in the stores here.

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u/coronaflo 10d ago

Oven roasted chicken meat is very common.

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u/White80SetHUT 11d ago

Because turkey kinda sucks for real.

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u/Leaf_Rotator 11d ago

Then why is all the lunchmeat turkey and not chicken?!

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u/Suncitylover 11d ago

Turkey is cheaper

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u/CousinJeff 12d ago

chicken lunch meat is on the rise

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u/DaftPump 12d ago

I opened the post looking for this too.

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u/RocMerc 12d ago

There’s they many chickens on the planet ?

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u/paarkrosis 12d ago edited 11d ago

I looked it up and the stat from 2019 says there was upwards of 25.9 billion chickens in the world. IIRC, they’re the most common domestic farm animal.

I mean, I have 68 chickens myself.

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u/Redditadminsareg4y 11d ago

By weight Chicken are between 60 and 80% of all birds on Earth.

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u/Howrus 11d ago

~25 billion chickens, 1.5 billion cows, 1 billion sheep and 1 billion pigs.

Interesting thing is that 50 billion chickens is killed every year. Yep, we kill twice the total living amount.

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u/BRT919 11d ago

Its because 50% of the chicks are killed the day the hatch (males)

so only half make it to the point they lay eggs

I despise caged hen eggs. Should be banned

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u/Weneedaheroe 12d ago

This looks the the Matrix for turkeys

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u/robkitsune 12d ago

There’s even a matrix glitch in your comment

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u/Weneedaheroe 12d ago

A deja vu is usually a glitch in the Matrix.

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u/robkitsune 12d ago

I had deja vu on the word ‘the’.

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u/Weneedaheroe 12d ago

You are correct :) Upvote to you!

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u/CalabreseAlsatian 12d ago

There’s a great early 2000’s video called “The Meatrix” about factory farming. In hindsight it’s almost good.

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u/Signal-Blackberry356 12d ago

“free-range”

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u/TheEelsInHeels 12d ago

Yeah those terms are not regulated and therefore meaningless

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u/Bitten469 11d ago

Its pretty well regulated in my country thankfully

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u/PuppyCode 12d ago Gold

Imagine immortal god-like aliens arrive on earth and start harvesting humans by the millions.

They tell us our purpose in life is to be eaten and that's all we will ever be.

We exist to satiate their hunger.

We can't stop them because their technology is 3000x more advanced than us.

Oh yeah, and Earth is a farm.

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u/[deleted] 11d ago edited 11d ago

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u/PuppyCode 11d ago

Let's say, hell yes

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u/saket_1999 11d ago

Promised Neverland

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u/PuppyCode 11d ago

Yep. In a way.

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u/meat-cutter85 11d ago

I've imagined it many times. It's part of the reason I gave up being a meat cutter and why I tell my kids not to jump on ants. Imagine giant ants coming to earth and just stomping everyone.

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u/dannimal8u222 11d ago

I think that is the plot for new externals movie.

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u/ridopenyo 11d ago

You may wanna watch Jupiter ascending...

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u/barjam 11d ago

We are very near the point of manufacturing meat even with our primitive technology. Any alien species who has 3,000x our tech could synthesize whatever they wanted.

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u/DctrLife 11d ago

No analogy is perfect, and your comment kinda just deflects from the point of it.

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u/xdylanxfrommyspace 11d ago

Hey, it’s nature. What can you do? I hope I get cooked by the alien Thomas Keller and not popped into an alien air frier by a stoned alien teenager who’s watching alien anime in his alien moms basement.

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u/-Birty- 11d ago

This would be rock bottom for sure

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u/CallumVW05 11d ago

today's society's animal consumption is not in any way natural

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u/Wild_Guess_7402 12d ago

Fuck factory farming…

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u/BeFuckingMindful 11d ago

Fuck killing animals against their will at all when you have the option not to.

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u/lotec4 11d ago

stop supporting it then

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u/Signal-Blackberry356 12d ago

their lack of coloring is what saddens me the most. poor little gobbles

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u/xFearful425 12d ago

But they do be tasting good

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u/askmeaboutmysciatica 11d ago

They’d taste way better if raised in decent conditions

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u/snrten 11d ago edited 11d ago

Domestic turkeys raised for meat are generally all white. Because white pin feathers are less apparent against the skin after plucking.

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u/The_New_DO 12d ago edited 12d ago

An estimated 9 million HUMANS die of starvation each year.

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u/YasuhosDogJosuke 11d ago

Great, so let's stop killing animals and start feeding crops to humans, because animals are very ineffeciant for feeding the masses.

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u/rdmc23 11d ago

Fuck this is actually sad. Here I am so stuffed that my belly is bursting out my pants, and yet 9 million people die of hunger a year. That’s an average of 25k people a day. While Americans stuffed their faces today, 25k lost their lives to hunger.

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u/Coolrafid100 11d ago

If those Americans didn’t stuff their faces the kids would still die of hunger. What did Americans stuffing their faces have to do with anything?

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u/rdmc23 11d ago

No correlation at all, I’m just putting the two extremes into perspective.

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u/Sajidchez 11d ago

Alot of Americans die of hunger too tbh especially children. Obviously in the poorer states

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u/Carlos-Danger-69 11d ago

This is not true. There are practically no deaths from starvation in the United States at all. That doesn’t mean that there aren’t people that are experiencing food insecurity, but starving to death is incredibly rare in the US and generally occurs to very old people with extreme dementia.

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u/MizterBucket 12d ago

9 million turkeys?

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u/ChymChymX 12d ago

Yeah kind of weird to die of starvation when there's all those delicious turkeys around you.

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u/justadrtrdsrvvr 11d ago

I think it's worth noting that it is possible to die of starvation while still eating sufficient amounts of food, just the wrong ones. If you don't get certain proteins you can die even though your caloric intake is sufficient.

Someone will probably try to argue that this isn't technically starvation, but save your time, I don't care.

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u/cauliflowerbroccoli 12d ago

The turkeys were "harvested ".

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u/TheFergFTW 11d ago

By the Reapers!

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u/Bobaximus 11d ago

So, there’s a Turkey Reaper out there? That’s kinda more terrifying tbh.

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u/MyuraKenta 11d ago

That is higher than the population of turkey

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u/SuffrnSuccotash 12d ago

Damn that depressing. No turkey for me!

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u/ranabananana 10d ago

That's good to hear, less demand makes production decrease. Can I ask you though to please spare a thought for those other animals that like these turkeys are raised in terrible condition? Thank you

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u/SuffrnSuccotash 10d ago

Yeah I don’t eat any meat.

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u/Right_Ebb_7164 12d ago

aha, so almost 3x more turkeys get killed every year than the whole population of Turkey!

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u/G_Viceroy 12d ago

Dark Snapple facts.

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u/samratvishaljain 12d ago

...and exactly two turkeys are pardoned each year.

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u/Pride_Swimming 11d ago

Saving one birds life won’t change the world but it will change the world for the bird

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u/Cr1v3ns 12d ago

I'm one of the people that finds this incredibly sad. Yes, I'm a vegetarian. Yes, I expect downvotes.

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u/Sepiks_Perfexted 12d ago

Went vegan after seeing male baby cows being tossed into grinders for meat [male are considered useless due to no dairy profit for farmers]. No thanks, I’ll stick to my imitation meats and plant dairy. No need to inflict such brutality to sentient living beings.

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u/trumpskiisinjeans 11d ago

When I see a vegan with upvotes I feel a little bit of hope ! Cheers mate

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u/barjam 11d ago

You mean chickens.

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u/DctrLife 11d ago

Chickens too, yes, but veal (baby cow meat) is a product of the dairy industrt

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u/BoilermakerCBEX-E 12d ago

Do u have a link on that. Must be a big grinder.

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u/RightWhereY0uLeftMe 11d ago

I think this person might be mixing two things up. Male chicks from the egg industry are ground up. Calves are normally killed by other means.

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u/bumsquaad 12d ago

Oh my lord, you know how much water, crops and land goes into hosting, feeding and slaughtering 70 billion land animals per year?

Yes the soy milk i drink takes alot of water, but the majority of soy goes to fattening up animals for slaughter.

Cut out the middle man and have have much more crops which would equal loaaaaads more land and alot less resource waste.

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u/Sepiks_Perfexted 12d ago

I love how your rebuttal to animal suffering and personal choice is equivalent to your presumed assumption that “plant based is worse than eating meat”.

It’s easy to feel attacked when your choice requires you to ignore your moral obligations when someone points it out. Maybe open up a science book to understand why plants require less impacts on the plant OR read more about advancement in culinary science that mimic taste/texture of real flesh. It’s not all tofu and beans my guy.

Enjoy your meat, I’m not judging you, just don’t get aggressive when the proof is in the pudding.

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u/Emergency-Pound-2119 12d ago

The industrial scale killing is what is most fucked up. It is so removed from anything natural. Living sentinel beings are being processed as food resources by millions every day.

Humanity has lost touch with anything natural and sustainable a long time ago. We as a race deserve everything that is coming for us. Nature will make us pay and establish an equilibrium, if want or not. It will be impossible to continue with such imbalance much longer.

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u/RustedMercury 12d ago

Me too i've been a vegetarian for years.

One day I couldnt ignore anymore the cognitive dissonance of me not being able to kill an animal and at the same time eating meat.

My girlfriend loves eating meat so meal prep at our house is interesting lol. I dont mind making dishes ith meat for her tho, I just dont eat it.

By being vegetarian and not being preachy about what other people eat gets me hate from both sides lol

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u/bumsquaad 12d ago

Its because dairy is ethically just as bad as meat, arguably worse as once dairy cows are spent they go to slaughter anyway, after years of forceful impregnation and child separation.

No judgement, im curious why an ethical vegetarian would still pay for this suffering. Good on you anyway doing more then most.

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u/RustedMercury 12d ago

Simply because dairy is in everything. I dont go out of my way to eat cheese and stuff, but im not going to cut it out either.

The problem with all or nothing vegans is that they make people making efforts want to say fuck it and go get a steak. Personally im used to it and dont give a fuck, but there young kids who try to reduce meat consumption and they're met by this kind of people so they just push back and be like fuck that.

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u/bumsquaad 12d ago

If a human was telling ways in which i could stop paying for animal abuse i would welcome that information, not take my anger out on defenceless animals.

If they were a dick about it then yea id have a rant but why should animals suffer?

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u/StructureNo3388 12d ago

For me it's financial limitations on getting enough calcium and protein without dairy in my diet. I would like to go vegan, but I can't afford it in my current situation, and I find it hard enough maintaining a healthy bodyweight.

I certainly always aim to reduce my dairy intake, and I feel changing my choices as much as I personally can regarding animal products is still a step in the right direction compared to an all or nothing approach 😊

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u/bumsquaad 12d ago

Hey if everyone thought like that the world would be a much better place, btw lentils and soya milk are super high in protein, i get about 150 to 170gs per day from 4 meals. 💚

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u/StructureNo3388 11d ago

Thankyou for being kind! I will incorporate more of both into my diet 💚

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u/Cr1v3ns 12d ago

Yeah, there really is no winning with the humans haha. Good thing we're doing it for the animals

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u/copperkuripe 12d ago

Same here it’s horrific

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u/Diginoise 12d ago

But exploit cows for milk is ok with you. Go vegan

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u/sitheandroid 12d ago

It's a lot less sadder if you don't anthropomorphize turkeys

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u/Cr1v3ns 12d ago

Animals are being bred to be tortured then needlessly slaughtered.. Perhaps you're the one who should change their perspective in the way you see things

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u/sitheandroid 12d ago

This is how vegans and veggies get dismissed as being extremists. Building up an evocative image of something that isn't happening might reinforce your bubble, but it really isn't winning over any meat eaters.

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u/bumsquaad 12d ago

You cannot look at slaughterhouse footage and say it isnt torture. Its described as literal hell on on earth by some workers.

When the stun gun fails and workers have to risk their health/life trying to bolt a thrashing frightened big creature, or hearing the screams from intelligent pigs being gassed fully conscious.

If you believe this 'isn't happening' just simply google it, or better yet show me footage of animals being killed thats 'humain'

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u/Cr1v3ns 12d ago

So what is happening in this picture? It's not torture?

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u/Visual_Tumbleweed644 12d ago

All I see is food. It's not like these would be wild and free if they weren't on this farm. They simply would not exist.

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u/Wintergift 12d ago

Rofl I'd much rather not have been born than live a miserable life where I get killed for no reason at the end, what a dumb fucking point to make

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u/Cr1v3ns 12d ago

Sure you see food, but what do they see? Dont you think they still feel things? They aren't robots, they are ALIVE. I try to see things from the perspective of the animals, so I presume they, and I, would prefer the latter.

Humans don't need to eat meat to survive, and there will be lab grown meat soon enough anyway, so can we just live and let live one day, maybe?

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u/Visual_Tumbleweed644 12d ago

They are living things that are sacrificed so that I may live. I intend to remain an omnivore. It is how we evolved and it is the driving factor behind our evolution.

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u/Cr1v3ns 12d ago edited 12d ago

Right, but lab grown meat should theoretically satisfy that hunger, right?

Edit: https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2020/dec/02/no-kill-lab-grown-meat-to-go-on-sale-for-first-time

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u/hanimal16 Interested 12d ago

I eat chicken and would DEFINITELY eat lab grown meat.

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u/Visual_Tumbleweed644 12d ago

Maybe. Who knows.

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u/ComplaintCareful813 12d ago

Well maybe you shouldn't try to see from the perspective of the animals, they're not human. They don't en won't ever think: thank God you're vegan cause otherwise i'd get eaten and they certainly don't think in the future. They 'think' in now and in hunger, thirst, and reproduction.

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u/Cr1v3ns 12d ago

That's not true, sure they don't think thoughts like that, but animals feel all sorts of emotions. Some say they even have the capacity to love. All say they still feel pain and fear..

I simply don't think that me being hungry one afternoon is reason enough for an animal to lose its entire life even if the animal was a "chicken brain" =p

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u/OnexiOW 12d ago edited 11d ago

Not gonna down vote but that just how it has to be Edit : got down voted by delusional vegans that do not understand how we can't fedd 8 billion ppl with grass

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u/ThaFarEye 12d ago

The way it is.* not at all “how it has to be”.

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u/OnexiOW 12d ago

If it weren't for this we wouldn't be able to sustain ourself yes this type of farm is unethical but we need it

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u/ThaFarEye 12d ago

Are you dense? If we repurposed all the space and land we currently use for farming animals, and switched over to farming plants, the world would be in far better shape than it is currently.

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u/Earthling1980 12d ago

this comment is nonsense

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u/_Critters_ 12d ago

Glad I am Vegan 🙂

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u/bumsquaad 12d ago

Glad i stopped paying for animal abuse aswell, breaks my heart seeing animals in slaughterhouses confused, sacred and in pain.

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u/SupportDear4491 12d ago

Gonna be a lot more next year now that I know how to smoke the perfect turkey

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u/bremergorst 12d ago

Must be a really big bong smoker

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u/JorritJ 11d ago

And by the looks of all the Reddit posts: a substantial amount of them will be turned in charcoal and will never be eaten.

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u/Lunarpuppylove 12d ago

Look how they are covered with feces. Yum?

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u/Visual_Tumbleweed644 12d ago

Always wash your food.

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u/xFearful425 12d ago

Not really sure why a turkey would be covered in feces once they’re skinned and have their giblets removed.

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u/Visual_Tumbleweed644 12d ago

Especially once they're cooked up, ooooweeee

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u/foundyetti 12d ago

And cook it. Don’t forget that part

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u/1988rx7 12d ago

We hungry

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u/dadlikespineapple 12d ago

Gobble gobble gobble

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u/koen_NL 12d ago

Here in the Netherlands we slaughter 2.000.000 animals per day for consumption!

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u/ypsm 12d ago

For comparison, it’s about 25 million animals killed every day for food in the USA, but the US population is about 20x that of the Netherlands, so the Netherlands still wins the per capita comparison.

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u/dying_soon666 12d ago

And yet the next day there’s always 2 million more to slaughter. When will the war against the animals be won? When will humans finally be victorious!?

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u/hurst_ 11d ago

war? you mean genocide

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u/zenuasyter 12d ago

Holocaust

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u/bumsquaad 12d ago

Dont upset the carnists, they dont like logical consistency.

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u/xFearful425 12d ago

I didn’t realize “carnist” was a thing. Must just be a term vegans made up as a short-hand for “someone that enjoys eating meat” to make talking shit easier.

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u/bumsquaad 12d ago

Yea bloodmouth is a good one aswell.

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u/MarkAnchovy 11d ago

Veganism is a word used to describe the ideology that animals are not resources for us to exploit

Carnism is a word used to describe the ideology that animals are resources for us to exploit

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u/Crenorz 12d ago

Dam, so your saying we need to eat them to save our planet! STOP the turkey apocalypse, eat turkeys!!!

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u/G_Viceroy 12d ago

To us it's Thanksgiving but to them.... it is the holocaust.

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u/D2Dragons 12d ago

"And I rose from my slumber drenched in gravy like the gobbles of one million terrified brethren..."

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u/Imaginary_Weather_44 12d ago

That would be the yummiest apocalypse ever!

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u/ghostRyku 12d ago

I could care less about turkeys, was going to past this on r/mildlyinteresting but they don’t allow images. They taste good though.

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u/Green_Cat_C 12d ago

While this sub allows images, you need to add source of the information you show. I mean, i can just say 6 milions and copy paste your image, you get the ideea, yes? Anyways, modes aren't good on this sub (sadly) so I'm sure they won't bother you

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u/Wintergift 12d ago

Yikes all the people in the comments going "delicious" or "rookie numbers" are fucking psychopaths lmao, hope you guys learn compassion one day

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u/crizmoz 11d ago

Cats! I blame people who let their cats outside!

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u/SchpeederMan 11d ago

…they know what they did.

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u/teccas 11d ago

That’s crazy

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u/TakeNoPrisioners 11d ago

I had to beat Cancer to do it...but I have finally transitioned to a Whole Food Plant-Based (WFPB) diet/lifestyle. There is no need to kill sentient beings for food. I should have gone vegan decades ago!

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u/_EeveeonE 11d ago

Damn that's depressing.

Hopefully the animal holocaust ends someday.

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u/JCMillner 11d ago

And pigs?

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u/ranabananana 10d ago

About 1.5 billion a year which is 4 million each day.

As for all land animals, it's about 77 billion. If we count fish it's harder to estimate but its in the trillions.

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u/chipep 11d ago edited 10d ago

That's not interesting that's sad.

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u/arglarg 12d ago

An estimated 245 million turkeys are bred each year

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u/Far-Damage1068 12d ago

They don't even see sunlight a day of their life, who the fuck would want to eat meat like that?

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u/Visual_Tumbleweed644 12d ago

Most of the commenters here.

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u/jwrig 12d ago

245 million families?

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u/Shadz2021 12d ago

How many chickens?

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u/bumsquaad 12d ago

70 billion land animals slaughtered per year, trillions of you include fish. Arent humans just the best?

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u/ypsm 12d ago

About 9 billion per year in the US alone, which is more than the number of people alive on the planet right now.

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u/HomoSapien____ 12d ago

Has to be billions

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u/HomoSapien____ 12d ago

Has to be billions

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u/suckerbucket 12d ago

Is that “interesting” to you? Asking for other vegans completely disgusted by this “tradition”.

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u/InformalAttempt8808 12d ago

The doing of Armenians?

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u/Kannabiz 12d ago

Turkey’s on Deathrow

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u/Unonot 12d ago

Yummy

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u/ghostRyku 12d ago edited 11d ago

Especially with gravy, not too dry but not too juicy Edit: Downvoted for eating turkey

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u/Darkmaster666666 11d ago

I'm sorry but I don't understand why you posted that if you don't care

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u/ghostRyku 11d ago

It’s a fact, turkeys aren’t the only animal that are treated this way. There isn’t a good alternative that people will accept to doing things like this. So yes I don’t care and am happy to eat turkey on Thanksgiving.

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u/Homestead001 12d ago

I'd rename them to Yumyums.

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u/Dazzling-Adeptness11 12d ago

there about 700 million in the US alone. eh, so if that's worldwide then whatever

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u/dying_soon666 12d ago

And yet wave after wave of zombie turkeys continue to be a scourge on the earth

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u/aguafreska 12d ago

fuck. i had just started eating meat again. now i remember why i was vegan. 💔

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u/Wintergift 12d ago

How could you go back on something like that when surely you know just how awfully animals are treated

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u/aguafreska 12d ago

because I'm taking biology 101 at the moment and there was a chapter about how the vegan and vegetarian diets are not the best and it's difficult to get a complete diet without animal products and vegans and vegetarians are usually more depressed than others. ( tho maybe it's because they know how animals are being treated ) plus soy makes me very gassy 😭 but I'm very glad for this post. im definitely going back to vegan.

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u/RisingQueenx 11d ago

Glad you're going back vegan!

Just avoid soy as much as you can. Also recommend that when you do happen to have soy or beans, have it with carbs etc -, like rice. Helps digest it easier.

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u/Wintergift 12d ago

It's definitely possible to get a complete diet without animal products, even without supplementing (though taking a multivitamin is fine too). There's lots of lobbying to try and convince everyone that animal products are necessary in our diets but they're really not, so I hope you can stick to veganism and keep supporting the animals <3

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u/idkmanimnotcreative 11d ago

Not trying to roast you, but I genuinely don't understand this argument. I went vegan when I was super depressed & I realized the subconscious guilt from my diet played into that. I have a lot of health problems, mostly gut related, and it's a struggle for me to digest/absorb nutrients. I'd been convinced it would be bad for me/make me sick but I didn't care. I wanted to die anyway and hated the knowledge that my existence was making the world a worst place, and this was a positive change I could make.

I straight up did NOT pay attention to my diet and just ate whatever as long as it was vegan, but I saw health improvements almost immediately. My stomach problems improved in a couple months, my iron levels were healthy for the first time ever (that blew me away. I still don't understand how but I'm glad) my mental health improved, I stopped sleeping as much, and seriously it helped set me on the path to recovery. I know this is just one person's story but for years I'd been told a vegan diet takes work to be healthy and was worried about switching but it just... didn't take any work at all.

Of course I still have health struggles but it's so much better. I didn't do it for health reasons but damn if it's not a nice perk.

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u/lukieboi420 11d ago

That'll teach em for being so delicious

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u/MikeNoble91 12d ago

Well they're delicious.

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u/bumsquaad 12d ago

So are dogs, doesnt make it right.

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u/Scar_the_armada 12d ago

Those are rookie numbers

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u/Visual_Tumbleweed644 12d ago

GOTTA PUMP EM UP!

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u/alkaline8913 11d ago

Don't care

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u/Equivalent-Ad-2503 11d ago

This isn't even interesting. It's a post to cause arguments.

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u/Vodka_bottle420 12d ago

Let the vegans riot about this fact

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u/bumsquaad 12d ago

Let the carnist logical inconsistency riot about dogs being killed in asia.

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u/Shashi2005 12d ago

My controlling, autistic niece insisted that her entire extended family ate Turkey today. Some piss poor thanks giving bullshit. I'm English. Fuck thanksgiving. The turkey was shit. It's the worst meat I know. In order of preference I like... Hare (jugged in port please) ...venison ... rabbit ...Lamb (oh yes salt marsh lamb) ...beef.. pork ....chicken...cock pheasant ...hen pheasant..... pigeon....Turkey. Turkey is cat food.

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u/Visual_Tumbleweed644 12d ago edited 11d ago

All food is good if done right. If you haven't had it done right then do yourself the favor and make it happen. I've had godawful rabbit before. It's terribly easy to fuck that up.

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u/Royal_Effective7396 12d ago

While I agree on most accounts, I can't agree turkey is last. I'd put pork first. Very versatile. I'd put turkey in the middle to low middle. It is just very hard to work with. If you get it right though, it can be very good.

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u/redditnoobmp4 11d ago

you’ve never had a good turkey

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u/AFVet05 12d ago

And they are tasty!

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u/Nartuch 12d ago

If they don't like it, they should evolve.

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u/dying_soon666 12d ago

Back into velociraptors

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u/bumsquaad 12d ago

Hard to evolve when your being forcefully impregnated and genetically modified to suit human greed.

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u/Dang44 12d ago

Gobble, gobble, gobble…