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Animals killed for meat are slaughtered at a very young age
   

     
Animal                Natural lifespan    Age at which they are typically killed
Cattle                25-30 years           1-2 years
Sheep                15 years                   3-10 months
Pigs                        15 years                   3-6 months
Chickens        10 years                    6 weeks
Egg-laying hens10 years                  18 months
Turkeys                10 years                   12-26 weeks
Rabbits                6-8 years                   6-8 weeks



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Animals killed for meat are slaughtered at a very young age
   

     
Animal                Natural lifespan    Age at which they are typically killed
Cattle                25-30 years           1-2 years
Sheep                15 years                   3-10 months
Pigs                        15 years                   3-6 months
Chickens        10 years                    6 weeks
Egg-laying hens10 years                  18 months
Turkeys                10 years                   12-26 weeks
Rabbits                6-8 years                   6-8 weeks

So a chicken gets to oven size in 6 weeks??   :eek:
C'mon, do it!






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http://www.animalaid.org.uk/h/n/YOUTH/farming//1957//

Not questioning you mate, but that's absolutely freaky that a chook can be farmed so intensely that it's that big in 6 weeks!
C'mon, do it!



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http://www.animalaid.org.uk/h/n/YOUTH/farming//1957//
I have checked that website and there are no sauce recipes.

Lambs in Australia are older than in most countries before they are slaughtered.



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Not questioning you mate, but that's absolutely freaky that a chook can be farmed so intensely that it's that big in 6 weeks!

That's why 9 year olds are ended up with double DDs..........   :eek:



Offline dkabab

Not questioning you mate, but that's absolutely freaky that a chook can be farmed so intensely that it's that big in 6 weeks!

oh they do... its sad to see the ones that miss the trip to the abattoir. they can't support their own weight



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