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Our Red Star girls are little machines and lay the most. The buff orpingtons and the brahmas lay huge, extra large eggs. The only time we get 'double olkers' (that's what my youngest called them), is when they first start to lay eggs.
I was buying dogfood today. The Wolf Cub gets the really pricey grain free stuff from a little boutique pet store cuz he's worth it. Anyway, to my shock and horror, they were also selling this stuff
Natural Balance Vegetarian Formula Ultra Premium Dog Food at PETCO
Natural Balance Vegetarian Dog Food. What is wrong with some people's minds? If you want to wreck your own health by being veg, that is your choice but when you force an animal to eat an unnatural diet for its species, that is abusive, IMO.
The owner said he totally agreed with me but that the vegetarian clients are willing to pay big bucks for that stuff.
My girlfriend and I were deciding on what to feed our puppy and we saw vegan dog food. I thought the same thing...that's animal abuse.
Ed W. Age:35 Height: 6'4" SW: 289 (1/1/12) CW: 195 (11/1/12) GW: < 200 (Hit 198 on 10/3/12) Now onto body comp.
I decline a donut every Friday, because every Friday the PHB brings in donuts. Each Friday, I say I don't eat wheat and don't trust their oil not to be a known allergen. This Friday, he bumbles into my office with a triumphant grin on his face: "It's peanut oil! You can have a donut!"
"I still can't eat wheat, but thank you for checking."
"It's flour, not wheat."
"No fate but what we make"- Sarah Connor, Terminator 2
Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, steak in one hand, chocolate in the other, yelling "Holy F***, What a Ride!"
My Primal Battle Tome
Hi! First time posting in this thread (but it's my favorite one to read!!)
I had a discussion with a friend about healthy eating for the first time. It went kinda like this:
Me: I know it's popular belief that eating loads of meat isn't healthy, but when you think about it, it has tons of nutrients and I've never heard of anyone being allergic to meat either. So especially when coming from pastured cattle it's seems like a safe nutrient-dense source of food.... (etc. etc. I might have added sth about WAPF and his studies, organ meats...)
Her: But... no! (shaking her head in confusion) I really think eating loads of meat is not healthy.. really not!
Her: It can't be healthy