After one Burger a vegetarian to be a butcher, and founded the “humane” farm

Tammy Jonas was born in Ohio, but then moved to Australia back in the 70’s she read a book by Australian philosopher Peter singer “animal Liberation” and became a convinced vegetarian.

Being pregnant with a third child, the woman was forced to include in the diet of meat due to severe anemia.
Drugs with the addition of iron did not help — and Tammy decided to temporarily return to the mill meat-eaters.

After trying one Burger at work, she slowly began to include in the menu the beef and mutton, and eventually added to the diet of pork with chicken.

Tammy said in an interview 10Daily that “have never been opposed to being on the top of the food chain and to take away the life of animals for food“. Woman are more worried about how animals are treated on farms. She was aware of this firsthand since I grew up on a ranch in Oregon.

Return to meat-eating got her to thinking about my own production. So Tammy and her husband decided to open a small farm in Victoria Jonai Farms, which offers ethical beef and pork are omnivores buyers.

Her philosophy is based on the fact that animals grown outdoors and not in cages and pens. Tammy argues that the livestock live and die without fear and pain. The main mantra of the ethical carnivores: eat meat less and less. Jonesy support vegetarians and I hope that the former friends will be able to understand them.


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