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Cows Aren’t Killed for Milk, So What’s Wrong with Drinking It?


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๐ŸฎCows are absolutely killed for their milk. I canโ€™t say this enough: There is no such thing as a slaughter-free animal agriculture system. โฃ

A cowโ€™s life is only as valuable as the amount of milk she is able to โ€œproduceโ€; when she is no longer โ€œprofitable,โ€ she is killed. โฃ

It is simply not economically viable to feed, shelter, treat, and house animals for the rest of their lives and generate no profit in return. โฃ โฃ

Whether she is used on a small farm, an organic farm, a โ€œhumaneโ€ farm, a โ€œfamily-ownedโ€ farm, an artisan farm, a whatever-itโ€™s-called-farm, she is killed. โฃ โฃ

Cattle have a natural life expectancy of 15 or 20 years, but dairy cows are sent to slaughter at about 4 to 5 years young. โฃ โฃ

We have no physiological need to consume the milk of another animal. But donโ€™t we have a moral obligation to not cause suffering when we can avoid doing so? โฃ โฃ

We can still enjoy creamy, delicious milks made from plants โ€” that donโ€™t come with inevitable suffering, slaughter, and environmental degradation.

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