Sunday, November 27, 2011

☆ The Anatomy of a Genetically Modified Turkey ☆

I'm going to get right to the point today, because I wanted to share this infographic if you don't already know this information.

The majority of fowl are now genetically modified due to consumer demand, needing to produce more mass on their bodies and more quickly to meet that consumer demand. Really, there is nothing natural about them anymore, and the lives they live are not lives at all but a continuous painful existence. 

This infographic takes a look at the anatomy of a genetically modified bird. 
Read the details for yourself — and consider skipping the turkey altogether, or at least choosing an organic option--although these standards can be loose so unless it's a local farm you trust you might not be getting much better as far as the cruelty goes but you wouldn't be eating something genetically modified. 

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