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The Welcome to camp Quitcherbitchin a certified happy camper area Snoopy shirt had me confused. It is a horrible way to explain that they are giving the chicken a slip tuck. Kind of sad since chicken has less meat than cows. If it is hormone and antibiotic free and not GM, it may be a better choice than the cheaper chicken currently available. Some references to studies done by UN scientists regarding livestock and climate change as well as food availability.  I have a livestock farm so my answer to the question would be no. Trying to fudge the food chain is never really going to work. I’m curious and interested, but wouldn’t rush to try it or invest in the industry. Trying to wrap my head around the implications. Is it safe? Can it go wrong?

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Welcome to camp Quitcherbitchin a certified happy camper area Snoopy shirt been reading about clean meat for years and can’t wait for the day when I’ll be able to vote with my wallet and only consume slaughter-free meat whenever possible. It’s the most sensible solution to the biggest problems with traditional industrially farmed animals: human health, climate change and resource consumption, not to mention the immense sufferings billions of animals. Industrial farming is grossly inefficient and needs to be interrupted by innovations like this. I again state, I am a farmer and rancher and you are again taking away from an industry that I am not only proud to be, by one that is struggling to stay alive.

I support my local farmers and ranchers. Probably more like real meat than the battery crap we get sold! It does remind me of the mouse with a human ear growing on its back, some years ago, though. Just not quite natural! If it’s cost and energy efficient to make (or will be, I appreciate experimental stuff tends to be cost intensive at first) I’m all for it. As a massive Sci-Fi nerd, this is the next best thing to a Star Trek Replicator.

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