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    Quote Originally Posted by Alexander Beetle View Post
    What's the difference between eating baby animals and adult animals?
    They taste better??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blossompossum View Post
    Haha jakois can't believe you said that lol
    Well, they do!

    Seriously though, I can't see any difference between a young animal and one that's been around for a while..... They both end up at the slaughterhouse. The older ones have just had a while to fatten up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lambjam View Post
    Ahh! Yes, I'd definitely indicate right there. And according to the rules I posted before you should, because it's more than halfway around the roundabout
    That rule totally makes sense. I've seen people head to fyshwick from the right lane on Wentworth at that roundabout- scary!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoxerDogLover View Post
    Ew Ew Ew I don't know how anyone could eat baby animals
    Lamb= baby sheep
    Chicken= approx 1 month old chicks

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    Quote Originally Posted by mousky View Post
    Lamb= baby sheep
    Chicken= approx 1 month old chicks
    Are you saying that the chickens in the supermarket are only a month old and the lamb is from a baby? Cause it's not

    I've also heard heaps of definitions of veal - in uturo, less then a month old, less then 12 months, not weaned.

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    Chickens are usually slaughtered at 8 weeks old so yes they are babies!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mopoke View Post
    Are you saying that the chickens in the supermarket are only a month old and the lamb is from a baby? Cause it's not

    Chickens are usually pumped full of steroids and other drugs to make them rapidly grow and have bigger breast. Unless of course if you buy organic free range chickens.

    Also meat from a sheep in the first year is lamb.

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    Feeding growth hormones to chickens was outlawed in Australia in the 1960s, so a long a you buy Australian chickens then its not a problem.

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    It's not steroids or hormones we should be worried about ( as pp said they are not allowed) its the overuse of antibiotics and GMO food the chickens are fed which is why organic is better ( plus they get to run around for 8 weeks before dying!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by FemmeFatale View Post
    Chickens are usually pumped full of steroids and other drugs to make them rapidly grow and have bigger breast. Unless of course if you buy organic free range chickens.

    Also meat from a sheep in the first year is lamb.
    They don't grow so fast cos of steroids, it's because they are bred to. It's genetics.


 

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