This.Nothing taken from an animal is cruelty free.
Along with this. I'm very skeptical of their claims.They don't address any of this on their website, which makes it appear they probably do the less humane option.
Also, per their FB page, they are presently selling factory farmed cheese, which is confusing, since their company is supposed to be about providing cruelty-free products.
Maybe find out why exactly the insist on using those things and offer up suggestions for substitutions? Especially with milk. There are so many alternatives to cow's milk. Plus it's cow's milk! Not ours. Not any human's. It belongs to the calves. Maybe this site might make them think a bit: http://www.godairyfree.org/I was hoping that they would deliver to my area so I could encourage people I know who insist on it to use their eggs and milk but no luck :-( xxx
One of the comments on their FB page was from someone who said they were feeling like they morally needed to become a vegan, but now thanks to this company they could continue to eat eggs and dairy.Agree with all, so far ..
I have a greivance with 'happy' farms myself on two counts:
1. They perpetuate the lie of neccesity/unavoidability of animal products in the human diet.
2. For as long as one single happy farm exists anywhere in the entire universe then, in the muddled heads of omnis, all the cheap meat/eggs/dairy they buy definitely comes from there.
Minds me of the showcase 'happy' deathcamp shown in Nazi propaganda films. The ones used to assuage the consciences of german civilians that all those Jews who got carted off were being cared for nicely and doing perfectly OK.
Not saying that the hippies (wild guess!) behind this have anything but good intentions, mind. But as the saying goes; It is with good intentions that the road to hell is paved.
Exactly the result of this type of thing that you could reasonably predict?One of the comments on their FB page was from someone who said they were feeling like they morally needed to become a vegan, but now thanks to this company they could continue to eat eggs and dairy.
If they ever reply in the affirmative I would be very curious to know how the mathematics of that could possibly work.I asked them what happens to the male chicks and if the calves are allowed to stay with and nurse from their mothers, and they have yet to answer me. I know they've seen the question since they've posted after I put my question up. Just surprised it hasn't been deleted yet.