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  • Appaloosa

    The positive implications are enormous ranging from environmental, to biological (no hormones or antibiotics) , reallocation of food, water and of course the elimination of pain and suffering of the animals.

    • Gozzin

      What worries me is how expensive it will be.

      • Appaloosa

        If it can't be made commercially it will never be an option.

    • frohawk

      Definitely a big plus on environmental, but the animal industry is a monumental force to be reckoned with in the U.S.. I don't even know how it's going to break through.

      And while it's good for the whole planet if this took over instead of the animal slaughtering industry, what do we do with all the people without jobs? That's a lot a people without work and a relevant skill set.

      • Gozzin

        So true..And another question is what do we do with all the food critters? Just release them and hope at least some of them survive on heir own, or what?

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