The most recent addition to PETA's crazy list is a Sin Tax on meat. That's right, a sin tax. If you don't believe me, read it for yourself.
PETA puts meat in the same category as alcohol, cigarettes and gasoline - because they allege that meat imposes “health and environment costs from using animals for food." Bologna, I say.
In this blog post, Chery Day, of Day Angus, corrects many of the misconceptions about production agriculture and meat. Cheryl does a great job of refuting PETA's outlandish claims with proven scientific facts.
I hope this PETA nonsense frustrates you as much as it does me.
Until next time,
~ Buzzard ~
Labels: environment, livestock production, meat, PETA