The notion of breeding is used to name the act and the result of raising a living being . The term can also be used with reference to the person or animal found in parenting stage and all the decendents that they have in a birth.
Breeding involves feeding, caring and educating the new individual or specimen. A baby requires the material and emotional support of adults to survive and develop all their potential .
It can be said, in short, that a baby is a living being that occurs through reproduction , with the intervention of at least one parent. In the case of human being , sexual reproduction requires the participation of a man and a woman in the process.
It is important to mention, however, that the idea of breeding is not usually used with respect to humans: a baby It is not called breeding. As for the task of protecting and feeding the baby, it is called breeding .
The most common sense of breeding is linked to the production of new copies from animals through the cattle raising . It is a very important activity for the economy worldwide.
The cow breeding , for example, is carried out to obtain milk, meat , leather and other products. The human being, in this sense, exploits the animal species: he applies various techniques to obtain young, which he then reproduces or sacrifices according to his needs.
The equine breeding , for its part, is oriented to the birth and development of horses, donkeys or mules. The new specimens, once they grow, can be used for creative activities, sports or cargo jobs.
Animalism and animal husbandry
One of the fundamental points of animalism, as well as any other movement that fights against the many forms of abuse that the human being carries out, is that there should not be a distinction between animalists and "non-animalists", just as we should not accept a world in which "non-sexual abusers" and sexual abusers coexist. The ultimate goal of those who help others is to generate awareness, not war.
However, animal husbandry for commercial purposes is the basis of economy world, and this brings us to a very rough terrain: that of economic interests . When one of the elements at stake is money, everything loses weight for certain people, and that's why animalism is so annoying noisy.
As it is well expressed in some previous paragraphs, animals must be exploited for their breeding by the human being; They do not volunteer to grow up crammed into environments full of violence, to be stripped of their children, tortured and eventually killed. At first glance, no argument in favor of the exploitation animal (or any other type) seems to have a future in a conversation; however, human foolishness defends it to the four winds.
One of the most unfortunate excuses of those who support animal husbandry and abuse, both for food and leisure purposes, is that "they don't feel pain "While it should not be necessary for anyone to conduct a scientific experiment to refute this idea, they have already done so; of course, nothing is more powerful than economic interests, and that is why animals are still objects that human beings fulfill His most twisted whims.
The fight against animal husbandry, among other exploitation practices, is not something new, although the detractors of animalism enjoy calling it "fashion": in 1822, the first European law opposed to the law was promulgated in England. cruelty and the abuse of lambs, cows and horses.