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October 04, 2010

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Amen....

According to "Diet For A Small Planet", it takes 10 lbs of grain to create 1 pound of meat -- so why not feed 10 people with grain rather than 1 person with meat?
Thanks for all the great work you are doing at the Farm Sanctuary!

Thanks for sharing this study, which I personally think is one of the most important pieces of "opposition" research conducted this year.

For those who would like regular (and free) updates regarding new research like the study mentioned here, please sign up for access at http://www.humanespot.org.

Thanks,
Che

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