60: What does it mean to be a Humaneitarian?


Caroline and pigLet’s talk about what it means to be a Humaneitarian. Basically a Humaneitarian is a person who eats meat from humanely raised animals.

If you like to eat meat but also care about the treatment of farm animals, you’re in good company. A growing number of meat eaters are turning away from factory farms and buying meat from farms that raise animals with dignity.

And joining me today is Caroline Abels from humaneitarian.org to enlighten us on this amazing movement.


Caroline Abels is the founder/editor of Humaneitarian, a project that inspires meat eaters to switch to humanely raised meat. She’s been a humaneitarian since 2009. A Vermont resident, she is also the editor of Vermont’s Local Banquet, a quarterly magazine about food and farming. She has worked on a number of livestock and poultry farms in Vermont, and is particularly interested in America’s rare heritage breeds.

Contact Info:

Website: humaneitarian.org

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Humaneitarian/295460133829881

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