I'm sure everyone is different, but I'm sure they're OK with their chicks being used for food in whatever form necessary. Farmers are closer than anyone in our society to our circle of food and don't have a problem with it (I've never met a vegetarian farmer, although I'm sure they exist).
It says they have turkey, duck, geese, and chicken. That's 4 protein sources. Plus you can always add whatever else you can get at the grocery store for a good price. As long as they're getting 3 proteins, and all their needs met (meat/bone/organ), I don't see how it'd be an issue.
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Post by goingpostal on Apr 2, 2011 23:41:04 GMT -5
I would say most don't, they know they are going to likely get eaten anyways. There was a farmer locally last year selling rabbits in the paper "for pet or feeders", I'm hoping they do the same this year and that the price is right. Everybody gets chicks shipped in here and most only keep a small yard, I haven't found anybody selling chickens, although I can get plenty of eggs!