A lot of the food in the grocery stores isn't hunted though. I don't consider taking a cow or chicken and giving it an electric shock to be hunting in all honesty, just like I don't consider those "hunting parks" (where they fence in some sort of big game for someone to shoot and kill for fun) real hunting either. Both are very unethical, but I'm not entirely against the mass food production. As you said, we all have to eat. The hunting parks do need to be stopped, though.Tonbei wrote:
- HunterStrait makes a good point, that the food we eat often comes from unethical practices, especially our meat and dairy products. That's something that often goes overlooked, or unacted upon, or quietly ignored as we make another trip to our local supermarket chain to grab our usual products. One could even argue that the proportion of unethical food production practices largely outweighs the scale of unethical hunting instances, since all people eat, many from chain/commercial grocers, and not everyone practices hunting.
(not really sure if I strayed off topic too much there)