Grass fed beef may be nice in the sense that it does less environmental damage, but it requires a lot more room and isn't sustainable at all when considering the world's current meat habit. Then try to figure out what would happen if every country started eating meat like we do...think of the pollution problems that china would develop!
It's not that the production isn't sustainable (at one time, cattle was wild before it was called cattle) - it's the consumption rate that isn't. It's okay though Corn prices fell, so we'll plant more corn next season to compensate o.0
I meant to post on this a while back. I'm vegetarian. I was a vegan but having to support 3 of us on an organic vegan diet is impossible on a $200 month food budget. I will occasionally eat meat but it has to be something thats really good. I'm veg'n because its healthier. My wifes permanent allergies went away as soon as meat was dropped from her diet. My Dad's diabetes and high blood pressure is completely gone also.
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Omnivore...meat preferrably felled by my bow or taken during various hunting seasons. Rule at our clan is if you kill it (on purpose) you must eat it, I do not "sport" or "trophy" hunt. I passed on two does yesterday (within 5yds) because they were yearlings. I'm a conservationist as well....
I do like a tasty salad next to my squirrel and gravy tho