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Old April 1st 11, 02:22 AM posted to alt.animals.ethics.vegetarian,misc.rural,alt.agriculture,rec.pets.dogs.misc,rec.pets.cats.community
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Default Pet demand for chickens

On Wed, 30 Mar 2011 10:34:44 -0700 (PDT), "Mr.Smartypants"
wrote:

On Mar 30, 9:25*am, [email protected] wrote:
On Tue, 29 Mar 2011 12:47:04 -0700, Goo wrote:
On 3/29/2011 12:22 PM, Mr.Smartypants wrote:
On Mar 29, 12:16 pm, Goo *wrote:
* From the USDA


Animal Agriculture - 1980-2020


Chicken Growth Domestic demand for chicken has increased dramatically
since the beginning of the broiler industry. Cost reduction, product
innovation, and healthy image have set a pace to take chicken to first
place among the meats (boneless weight) in the U.S. diet by 2010. Total
production has increased at a greater rate than consumption because of
increased exports and a shift in tonnage of the least desired parts to
pet food and rendering.


Got it, ****wit and Douchebag? *The number of chickens produced has
increased due in part to demand for chicken in pet food.


You lose.


INCREASED EXPORTS,........LEAST DESIRED PARTS TO PET FOOD.


"Total production has increased at a greater rate than consumption" -
more chickens were produced *both* because of greater exports *AND*
demand for chicken in pet food.


The demand for pet food causes more animals to be produced: *proved.


* * That doesn't mean that any chickens are raised to be pet food for one thing
Goob, and for another it doesn't do a thing to back up your pet food cattle
idea. They said, "a shift in tonnage of the least desired parts". It sounds
like, Goo, they are now sending more of the least desired parts to pet food and
rendering instead of using them for human food, so they need more chickens to
feed HUMANS Goober, not pets. Consumption has not increased, but the percentage
of each bird that humans consume in general has been reduced for whatever
reason(s) so more chickens are needed for humans. Humans are eating less of the
"least desired parts" so more chickens have to be born to provide more of the
desirable parts, regardless of whether the parts they are no longer eating get
feed to pets, rendered, or cooked up for the homeless.




LOL!! Poor stupid Goobs. He set a trap then stepped into it himself.
Now he's gnawing his own leg off to get free.


I don't believe Goo's at the point of knowing his own position yet. This
Goober STILL thinks that cows are raised just to be pet food, and now he thinks
chickens are too. It may be another period of years again before Goo figures out
how stupid he's being right now...IF he ever does figure it out at all.

What must the Goober think? He believes some chickens are raised
specifically to be pet food but can't say for how long, so let's say for Goo
that it's 6-8 weeks and if he wants to say it's longer or shorter that's up to
Goo. Does Goo believe that entire chicken houses are filled with birds being
raised only to become pet food? Or does Goo think that maybe a portion of many
houses contain birds that will become pet food? Let's say for Goo since he
won't/can't say for himself, that he believes entire houses are filled with pet
food chickens since he believed entire herds of cattle were raised for pet food
and most likely he still does. So, we can conclude that the Goober believes
there are entire chicken houses filled with chickens which he thinks will be
raised for 6-8 weeks only to become pet food, with each entire bird being used
only for pet food. LOL!!! It's incredibly stupid, but that's what Goo must
believe. Either that or he must think that what we consider the prime parts of
the pet food chickens are regarded as "less desirable" parts in the pet food
industry, and so are sold as by-products to the human market. LOL!!! Either way,
WHAT A GOOBER!
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Old April 1st 11, 07:37 AM posted to alt.animals.ethics.vegetarian,misc.rural,alt.agriculture,rec.pets.dogs.misc,rec.pets.cats.community
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Default Pet demand for chickens

On Mar 31, 6:22*pm, [email protected] wrote:
On Wed, 30 Mar 2011 10:34:44 -0700 (PDT), "Mr.Smartypants"
wrote:









On Mar 30, 9:25*am, [email protected] wrote:
On Tue, 29 Mar 2011 12:47:04 -0700, Goo wrote:
On 3/29/2011 12:22 PM, Mr.Smartypants wrote:
On Mar 29, 12:16 pm, Goo *wrote:
* From the USDA


Animal Agriculture - 1980-2020


Chicken Growth Domestic demand for chicken has increased dramatically
since the beginning of the broiler industry. Cost reduction, product
innovation, and healthy image have set a pace to take chicken to first
place among the meats (boneless weight) in the U.S. diet by 2010. Total
production has increased at a greater rate than consumption because of
increased exports and a shift in tonnage of the least desired parts to
pet food and rendering.


Got it, ****wit and Douchebag? *The number of chickens produced has
increased due in part to demand for chicken in pet food.


You lose.


INCREASED EXPORTS,........LEAST DESIRED PARTS TO PET FOOD.


"Total production has increased at a greater rate than consumption" -
more chickens were produced *both* because of greater exports *AND*
demand for chicken in pet food.


The demand for pet food causes more animals to be produced: *proved..


* * That doesn't mean that any chickens are raised to be pet food for one thing
Goob, and for another it doesn't do a thing to back up your pet food cattle
idea. They said, "a shift in tonnage of the least desired parts". It sounds
like, Goo, they are now sending more of the least desired parts to pet food and
rendering instead of using them for human food, so they need more chickens to
feed HUMANS Goober, not pets. Consumption has not increased, but the percentage
of each bird that humans consume in general has been reduced for whatever
reason(s) so more chickens are needed for humans. Humans are eating less of the
"least desired parts" so more chickens have to be born to provide more of the
desirable parts, regardless of whether the parts they are no longer eating get
feed to pets, rendered, or cooked up for the homeless.


LOL!! Poor stupid Goobs. He set a trap then stepped into it himself.
Now he's gnawing his own leg off to get free.


* * I don't believe Goo's at the point of knowing his own position yet. This
Goober STILL thinks that cows are raised just to be pet food, and now he thinks
chickens are too. It may be another period of years again before Goo figures out
how stupid he's being right now...IF he ever does figure it out at all.

* * What must the Goober think? He believes some chickens are raised
specifically to be pet food but can't say for how long, so let's say for Goo
that it's 6-8 weeks and if he wants to say it's longer or shorter that's up to
Goo. Does Goo believe that entire chicken houses are filled with birds being
raised only to become pet food? Or does Goo think that maybe a portion of many
houses contain birds that will become pet food? Let's say for Goo since he
won't/can't say for himself, that he believes entire houses are filled with pet
food chickens since he believed entire herds of cattle were raised for pet food
and most likely he still does. So, we can conclude that the Goober believes
there are entire chicken houses filled with chickens which he thinks will be
raised for 6-8 weeks only to become pet food, with each entire bird being used
only for pet food. LOL!!! It's incredibly stupid, but that's what Goo must
believe. Either that or he must think that what we consider the prime parts of
the pet food chickens are regarded as "less desirable" parts in the pet food
industry, and so are sold as by-products to the human market. LOL!!! Either way,
WHAT A GOOBER!



Yeh, he displayed the most incredible stupidity with his stupid 12
year old pet food cow and now he's trying to hint at the same
situation with chickens, turkeys, and sheep except he's hedging his
bets by not giving any ages.

Wonder why Goo forgot pigs? Maybe he thinks they don't make good pet
food
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Old April 1st 11, 07:44 AM posted to alt.animals.ethics.vegetarian,misc.rural,alt.agriculture,rec.pets.dogs.misc,rec.pets.cats.community
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Default Pet demand for chickens

On 3/31/2011 11:37 PM, Mr.Smartypants wrote:
On Mar 31, 6:22 pm, [email protected] wrote:
On Wed, 30 Mar 2011 10:34:44 -0700 (PDT),
wrote:









On Mar 30, 9:25 am, [email protected] wrote:
On Tue, 29 Mar 2011 12:47:04 -0700, Goo wrote:
On 3/29/2011 12:22 PM, Mr.Smartypants wrote:
On Mar 29, 12:16 pm, Goo wrote:
From the USDA


Animal Agriculture - 1980-2020


Chicken Growth Domestic demand for chicken has increased dramatically
since the beginning of the broiler industry. Cost reduction, product
innovation, and healthy image have set a pace to take chicken to first
place among the meats (boneless weight) in the U.S. diet by 2010. Total
production has increased at a greater rate than consumption because of
increased exports and a shift in tonnage of the least desired parts to
pet food and rendering.


Got it, ****wit and Douchebag? The number of chickens produced has
increased due in part to demand for chicken in pet food.


You lose.


INCREASED EXPORTS,........LEAST DESIRED PARTS TO PET FOOD.


"Total production has increased at a greater rate than consumption" -
more chickens were produced *both* because of greater exports *AND*
demand for chicken in pet food.


The demand for pet food causes more animals to be produced: proved.


That doesn't mean that


LOL!! Poor


I don't believe



Yeh, he displayed the


The demand for pet food causes more livestock animals to exist: proved.
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Old April 1st 11, 06:32 PM posted to alt.animals.ethics.vegetarian,misc.rural,alt.agriculture,rec.pets.dogs.misc,rec.pets.cats.community
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Default Pet demand for chickens

On Mar 31, 11:44*pm, George Plimpton wrote:
On 3/31/2011 11:37 PM, Mr.Smartypants wrote:









On Mar 31, 6:22 pm, [email protected] wrote:
On Wed, 30 Mar 2011 10:34:44 -0700 (PDT),
wrote:


On Mar 30, 9:25 am, [email protected] wrote:
On Tue, 29 Mar 2011 12:47:04 -0700, Goo wrote:
On 3/29/2011 12:22 PM, Mr.Smartypants wrote:
On Mar 29, 12:16 pm, Goo *wrote:
* *From the USDA


Animal Agriculture - 1980-2020


Chicken Growth Domestic demand for chicken has increased dramatically
since the beginning of the broiler industry. Cost reduction, product
innovation, and healthy image have set a pace to take chicken to first
place among the meats (boneless weight) in the U.S. diet by 2010. Total
production has increased at a greater rate than consumption because of
increased exports and a shift in tonnage of the least desired parts to
pet food and rendering.


Got it, ****wit and Douchebag? *The number of chickens produced has
increased due in part to demand for chicken in pet food.


You lose.


INCREASED EXPORTS,........LEAST DESIRED PARTS TO PET FOOD.


"Total production has increased at a greater rate than consumption" -
more chickens were produced *both* because of greater exports *AND*
demand for chicken in pet food.


The demand for pet food causes more animals to be produced: *proved.


* * *That doesn't mean that


LOL!! Poor


* * *I don't believe


Yeh, he displayed the


The demand for pet food causes more livestock animals to exist: *proved..




So what?

Why did you try to get people to believe that cows were being raised
for TWELVE YEARS only to be pet food?

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Old April 1st 11, 06:33 PM posted to alt.animals.ethics.vegetarian,misc.rural,alt.agriculture,rec.pets.dogs.misc,rec.pets.cats.community
George Plimpton
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Default Pet demand for chickens

On 4/1/2011 10:32 AM, Mr.Smartypants wrote:
On Mar 31, 11:44 pm, George wrote:
On 3/31/2011 11:37 PM, Mr.Smartypants wrote:









On Mar 31, 6:22 pm, [email protected] wrote:
On Wed, 30 Mar 2011 10:34:44 -0700 (PDT),
wrote:


On Mar 30, 9:25 am, [email protected] wrote:
On Tue, 29 Mar 2011 12:47:04 -0700, Goo wrote:
On 3/29/2011 12:22 PM, Mr.Smartypants wrote:
On Mar 29, 12:16 pm, Goo wrote:
From the USDA


Animal Agriculture - 1980-2020


Chicken Growth Domestic demand for chicken has increased dramatically
since the beginning of the broiler industry. Cost reduction, product
innovation, and healthy image have set a pace to take chicken to first
place among the meats (boneless weight) in the U.S. diet by 2010. Total
production has increased at a greater rate than consumption because of
increased exports and a shift in tonnage of the least desired parts to
pet food and rendering.


Got it, ****wit and Douchebag? The number of chickens produced has
increased due in part to demand for chicken in pet food.


You lose.


INCREASED EXPORTS,........LEAST DESIRED PARTS TO PET FOOD.


"Total production has increased at a greater rate than consumption" -
more chickens were produced *both* because of greater exports *AND*
demand for chicken in pet food.


The demand for pet food causes more animals to be produced: proved.


That doesn't mean that


LOL!! Poor


I don't believe


Yeh, he displayed the


The demand for pet food causes more livestock animals to exist: proved.




So what?


So, you and ****wit have been denying it.
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Old April 2nd 11, 02:13 AM posted to alt.animals.ethics.vegetarian,misc.rural,alt.agriculture,rec.pets.dogs.misc,rec.pets.cats.community
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Default Pet demand for chickens

****wit David Harrison, criminal breeder of fighting birds, lied:

On Fri, 01 Apr 2011 10:33:28 -0700, George Plimpton wrote:

On 4/1/2011 10:32 AM, ****stain Hamilton drooled:
On Mar 31, 11:44 pm, George Plimpton wrote:

The demand for pet food causes more livestock animals to exist: proved.


So far you've only found evidence of cattle


So far, ****wit, I've found evidence for *ALL* types of livestock: more
of *ALL* kinds exist due to the demand for pet food, ****wit.


So what?


So, you and ****wit have been denying it.


For more than one reason.


For one reason only: you're stupid ****s.



One is that it seems unlikely on the
surface, since there is so much by-product from human food processing that


****wit: the demand for that "byproduct" causes more animals to be
bred. If the demand for it weren't there, that would raise the cost of
producing meat for human consumers, as someone would have to incur the
cost of disposing of the waste.

****wit, you don't know anything about economics. You really are
hopelessly outclassed here.


Another example is that you have been able to find no evidence at all to
support your claim that extra cattle need to be raised


Of course I have, ****wit. Demand for meat + demand for "other stuff"
from cattle = demand for cattle. The demand for cattle is higher,
****wit, because of the demand for "other stuff". Because the demand is
higher, ****wit, the price paid is higher, and because the price paid is
higher, the supply is higher.

You really don't have a clue what you're talking about - none at all.

Another is the fact that you can't provide any sort of details about


****wit: I have cited several USDA reports that confirm that more
livestock are produced in part because of the demand for pet food.
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Old April 2nd 11, 04:47 AM posted to alt.animals.ethics.vegetarian,misc.rural,alt.agriculture,rec.pets.dogs.misc,rec.pets.cats.community
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On Fri, 01 Apr 2011 10:33:28 -0700, Goo wrote:

On 4/1/2011 10:32 AM, Mr.Smartypants wrote:
On Mar 31, 11:44 pm, Goo wrote:

The demand for pet food causes more livestock animals to exist: proved.


So far you've only found evidence of cattle, in only one example Goob, and
in your one example they don't raise enough cattle to feed even 50 dogs. Your
one example is not at all significant, but that one insignificant example is all
you have. And also in your one and only example which is also insignificant,
it's not the "demand" for pet food which causes those particular cattle to exist
which again makes it insignificant in regards to your claim. Again, as always,
you have NOTHING Goo.

So what?


So, you and ****wit have been denying it.


For more than one reason Goober. One is that it seems unlikely on the
surface, since there is so much by-product from human food processing that
there's more than enough for pet food and some of it gets used for fertilizer
and rendering. If we're guessing that there's more money in animal parts used
for pet food than there is in animal parts that get rendered and used for
fertizer, then the fact that sometimes entire animals are rendered and used for
fertilizer tells us that there are already more than enough animals slaughtered
to feed dogs and cats and STILL have parts left over to be rendered and used for
fertilizer.
Another example is that you have been able to find no evidence at all to
support your claim that extra cattle need to be raised, much less our other more
recent and more absurd seeming claims. You have NOTHING to back up your claims
Goo, and that IS reason to doubt you. And to laugh at you too Goo.
Another is the fact that you can't provide any sort of details about what it
is you think you have in mind. You can't even say how long you believe these
supposed pet food livestock are supposed to live, or where, or what types of
animals exactly.
So, Goo, even if we wanted to try to imagine your claims being true along
with you, which we HAVE tried Goober!, YOU can't provide enough details about
what your imagining to make it possible to consider whatever it is you think
you're thinking of. It gets back to: You have NOTHING!, Goo.
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Old April 7th 11, 09:39 PM posted to alt.animals.ethics.vegetarian,misc.rural,alt.agriculture,rec.pets.dogs.misc,rec.pets.cats.community
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On Fri, 01 Apr 2011 18:13:23 -0700, Goo lied:

On Tue, 05 Apr 2011 13:25:28 -0700, [email protected] wrote:


Another is the fact that you can't provide any sort of details about


****wit: I have cited several USDA reports that confirm that more
livestock are produced in part because of the demand for pet food.


No you have not Goo, which is why you can't produce any examples of them.
 




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