How to Care for Chicken That Fell Off Poultry Truck Bound for Slaughter House?

i do not know how to answer your question but i might know why it wo not walk. some are having leg problems because their legs can not hold up their abnormally big bodies

1. Horse Slaughter Restrictions have been lifted?

Am I the only one getting annoyed with people on Facebook ranting about "Wahh Obama wahh hes killing horseyzz!!"? Just throwing that one out there For once I think almost all the the HS community agrees on something am I right??

2. Is Jesus really Elohim (God)? If yes, why did he command Saul to slaughter children?

I also thought at first that, "how can God be loving and merciless yet kill so many people and children"But the reason to why he did that was because ( before I jump in to the answere, one must know what that God is ALL knowing and ALL powerful )So he knew whether if someone ( or nation ) would have it in them to TRULY repent and follow him or to never be able to repent.I hope that made sense. But long story short, God's knows if someone will repent and truly turn away from the world or never repent and keep sinning, so those in which he saw would never be able to repent, but instead keep on sinning he would kill

3. What are YOUR perspectives on horse slaughter?

Seriously, stop trying to get people to change my countries laws. Canadians are not quite as stupid as you seem to think we are. If you had bothered to look it up then you would have known that we are working on changing that law ourselves, we do not need help. Yeah, no. Do a bit more research. I am against slaughter but I at least know about it. Horses are not starved while they wait to be slaughter. In fact, at the slaughter house in Fort Mcleod, which is the largest slaughter house in Canada, animals are kept for several months sometimes and just fed. I've driven by the slaughter house and seen their animals. Sad as it is, they are not starving. They get a lot of hay. I am against slaughter but I am realistic about it. I do not agree with how they are slaughtered and I do think we need to have more regulations, but overall their treatment before they are slaughtered is not as horrendous as it is made out to be. I would like to see the actual slaughtering be done in a more humane way.

4. Cons, how exactly does the liberal media work? Do they have a secret base in Slaughter Swamp?

I have no idea, because I am a conservative. You would know better than I since you are the one drinking the koolaid. Tell us, how did they convince you to poison yourself? Hope that helps

5. Why can't we slaughter our cattle in Australia instead of shipping them to Indonesia?

I imagine the exporting process would take a long while, ergo the meat would not be as fresh as it could be

6. Does Kshatriya Dharma allow the sacking and pillaging of a country after it has been conquered, or the slaughter of its citizens during a conquest?

Does Kshatriya Dharma allow the sacking and pillaging of a country after it has been conquered, or the slaughter of its citizens during a conquest?No. At least not necessarily in the manner done by Mlecchas and demons, but in a different way.According to the Manusmriti and the Mitakshara, when an army is sieging an enemy city, it is allowed to harass the inhabitants of that city or fort:7.195 - After having besieged the foe, he shall halt, and proceed to harass his kingdom and continually vitiate his supply of fodder, food, water and fuel.The siege has to be laid in such a manner that no one is allowed to enter nor any one allowed to get out'Kingdom'-i.e. territories outside the fortress occupied by the enemy.-This shall be 'harassed';-by kidnapping the inhabitants and persecuting them in various ways.The 'vitiating' of fodder [food for domestic animals] etc. consists in spoiling them by mixing undesirable things with them.This verse is quoted in Mitkar (on 1.342), in support of the view that before a country has been entirely subjected, the conqueror should do nothing for the sake of the people of that country;7.196 - He shall destroy the tanks, as also walls and ditches; he shall assail the enemy and shall frighten him-during the night.All these, especially the siege, have the effect of starving and disturbing the civilians of that country, and appears to be allowed by scripture.However, the outright massacre of non-combatants is strictly prohibited according to the law of the Aryas.Here are the rules of engagement according to Hindu scripture:Manu 7.91 - He shall not strike one who is standing on the ground, nor one who is a eunuch, nor the supplicant with joined palms [one who has surrendered], nor one with loosened hair, nor one who is seated, nor one who says 'I am yours;'Gautama (10.18).-'No sin is incurred in slaying foes in battle,-excepting those who have lost their horses, charioteers or arms, those who join their hands in supplication, those who flee with flying hair, those who sit. down with averted faces, those who have climbed in flight on eminences or trees, messengers, and those who declare themselves to be cows, or Brhmaas.'Baudhyana (1.18.11).-'He shall not light those in fear, intoxicated, insane or out of their minds; nor those who have lost their armour; nor with women, infants, aged men and Brhmaas.'pastamba (2.10, 11).-'The ryas forbid the killing of those who have laid down their arms, of those who beg for mercy with flying hair or joined palms, and of fugitives.'Yajavalkya (1.325).-'He shall mot strike one who says I am yours, or who is terrified, or deprived of arms, or who is engaged with another person, or who has turned hack from the fight, or one who is only looking on the battle.'Devala (Vramitrodaya-Rjanti., p. 407).-'Who is eating straw, who is engaged with another, who is not actively engaged in fight, who is seeking shelter, the imbecile, one pressed by another, the religious student, the aged man, the outcast, the infant,-these shall not ho struck in lawful battle, by soldiers, even in times of distress.'Manu 7.92 - Nor one who is sleeping, nor him who is without his armour, nor one who is naked, nor one deprived of his weapons, nor one who is only looking on and not fighting, nor one who is engaged in fighting with ahother person;Manu 7.93 - Nor one who has fallen in difficulties regarding weapons; nor one in distress, nor one severely wounded, nor one who is frightened, nor one who has turned back;-the king remembering the duties of honourable men.And as a historical fact, Hindu armies rarely engaged in the indiscriminate slaughter of civilians like the armies of the Mlecchas, Asuras, and Rakshasas do.From famous British historian Arthur L. Basham, in The Wonder that was India:No other ancient lawgiver proclaimed such noble ideals of fair play in battle as did Manu (p. 127). In all her history of warfare Hindu India has few tales to tell of cities put to the sword or of the massacre of non-combatants. The ghastly sadism of the kings of Assyria, who flayed their captives alive, is completely without parallel in ancient India. There was sporadic cruelty and oppression no doubt, but, in comparison with conditions in other early cultures, it was mild. To us the most striking feature of ancient Indian civilization is its humanity.As for the "sacking and pillaging" part, this is also strictly prohibited because it is stealing. Soldiers are not allowed to raid and loot peoples' homes, shops, agricultural fields, etc. They can only tax them lawfully.

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I Would Like to Buy a Horse From Slaughter?
yes and you can get a young horse that looks kind of bad (but can be saved!) for 65 cents per pound1. Should the horse slaughter plants be allowed to re-open ?Yes, I have always been in favor of the slaughter houses. Just not a fan of the treatment the horses received before, during, and after. This is what I think should happen if the houses are to ever re-open 1. Auctions are monitored by an agent and each feed trailer is logged...pic taken of the condition of the horse. 2. The driver is instructed to stop at a check site within 8 hours to water the horses and check on them. At this check stop an agent will again witness this and sign him off with an official stamp. 3. At the feedlot, an agent will witness the unloading of horses, their health, and make sure that they are given proper water and hay. The driver and the feedlot will be checked off and stamped. 4. All slaughter will be witnessed to ensure it's done in a humane and quick fashion. No live horses will be hung upside down to would rain'. 5. No horse will witness the death of another horse or see a dead carcass....or see the blood. That is how it should be done. At least they got a better death here in the US than they do in Mexico. Down there they even beat them to death with shovels. Some cultures just view their animals a little different.2. Zionist Obama 'No Comment' On Gaza Slaughter?Sticking a question mark at the end of a statement does not make it a question3. If animal "cruelty" and slaughter really bothered people, wouldn't vegetarianism have been in a long time ago?Brahminism, Buddhism, Jainism and Zoroastrianism all advocated an abstention from flesh foods, and these religions are hardly new to the world. If you are looking for specific names of early vegetarians try Diogenes, Plato, Plotinus and Socrates. I think it would be ideal if people were to raise their own food, meat included, however I still would abstain from eating it as I do not feel it's necessary. For the record I do not believe that "if slaughterhouses had glass walls, then everyone would be vegetarian" either.4. 70% of horses put down across Europe and America (slaughter & rollkur)?Well going for the UK anyway. Not sure how this coincides with America and the rest of Europe. The slaughter market is not a prosperous one here, due to horse slaughter being illegal and export to france being needed - so I highly doubt that it's going to be as high as 70%. I know some dealers who export horses for slaughter as a side job, but nothing on any massive scale. As for rollkur, I can quite happily call bull on that.5. Is it considered vegan to have pets if those pets have to be fed food derived from slaughter byproducts?I realize it is a bit of a conflict of interest if a vegan is feeding their pet food with meat in it. I am vegan, and I have a black lab who I love dearly. I have attempted to feed her vegetarian and/or vegan foods specially formulated for dogs, but she has allergies that prevent me from feeding her a diet high in grains and soy. She also refuses to eat most of those foods. I now feed her an organic food, that comes from ethical farming practices. So, yes, she is eating meat, but I feel better knowing that the animals killed for her food were not tortured and pumped full of antibiotics and hormones. I do not feel good about it, but there are compromises that we all have to make... There are people with strong beliefs in endless different arenas of life, and they have to make concessions as well. Life is complicated, and in order to be moral and ethical human beings, we have to be aware of whether or not we are being Nazi-ish in our beliefs. For example, I am not supportive of abortion in most circumstances, but I can not guarantee - if my best friend or child were pregnant and in need of an abortion - that I would not support them in their decision. Life happens. I am doing everything I can to minimize the animal suffering that I cause in my own life, which is more than 95% of the world is doing... so I can live with my pup eating organic meat. ' Edit: I just wanted to say that the whole issue of whether or not it is technically 'vegan' to own a pet is irrelevant to me. If a loving, responsible person wants to adopt a pet, they should not be shed in any negative light. My dog, for example, is from the SPCA, and was surrendered by abusive people. She has a wonderful life with me and would have probably ended up with a less loving owner if I had not taken her. I am absolutely vegan, and deserve kudos, not criticisms, for adopting a homeless animal! :)
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