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How do you feel about shipping live cattle?

How do you feel about shipping live cattle?

As economies around the world become increasingly globalized, the idea of shipping live cattle across the ocean just to be slaughtered in another country may soon be a reality. Live export is transportation of live animals across national borders and has been made possible by the invention of large ships specifically designed to for this purpose. Many animal welfare groups are concerned about the practice of shipping farm animals long distances in commercial ships. A November 2014 article published online by the Guardian goes into detail about this debate.

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