The Secret World of Farm Animals

The Secret World of Farm Animals[EPUB] ✷ The Secret World of Farm Animals Author Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson – Bluevapours.co.uk An unbelievably inspiring book Peter Wohlleben, author of The Hidden Life of TreesDid you know that pigs frequently throw tantrums That chickens are capable of complex communication That sheep know th An unbelievably World of eBook ✓ inspiring book Peter Wohlleben, author of The Hidden Life of TreesDid you know that pigs frequently throw tantrums That chickens are capable of complex communication That sheep know their own names That cows grieve when their calves are taken away from them Jeffrey Masson delves deep into the mysterious world of farm animals and reveals just how sophisticated these creatures truly are capable of joy, sadness, love and friendship just like us.

He has World of eBook ✓ written several books books critical of psychoanalysis, psychotherapy and psychiatry as well as books on animals, their emotions and their rightsHe currently lives in New Zealand with his wife, two sons, three cats and three rats.

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  • Paperback
  • 320 pages
  • The Secret World of Farm Animals
  • Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson
  • English
  • 01 November 2017
  • 1529111021

10 thoughts on “The Secret World of Farm Animals

  1. Sophie says:

    Amazing and very sad Every chapter I thought would be less affecting for example geese, sorry geese actually turned out to bethought provoking and interesting than I could have guessed Super bold and forward thinking considering it came out in 2004 Great xmas read for shaking your head at family at christmas dinner.

  2. Sally says:

    Many years ago I acquired reluctantly a couple of pet chickens who werent being properly cared for I soon came to realise that chickens arent just generic feathered critters but have definite personalitiesvicious little Brunnhilde pulling feathers out of big dopey Edeltraud s necktheir joy at certain foods tinned peas were a favourite, and their own eggs , finding hiding places to lay behind the pampas grasses and the brouhaha one night when I feared a fox had got themwent out to Many years ago I acquired reluctantly a couple of pet chickens who werent being properly cared for I soon came to realise that chickens arent just generic feathered critters but have definite personalitiesvicious little Brunnhilde pulling feathers out of big dopey Edeltraud s necktheir joy at certain foods tinned peas were a favourite, and their own eggs , finding hiding places to lay behind the pampas grasses and the brouhaha one night when I feared a fox had got themwent out to find a hedgehog curled up in their bedroom Anyway, I came to this book entirely aware that beasts arent just dumb meat in waiting And having not eaten meat for some 35 years, felt I could read it cheerfully.It was, nonetheless, sobering read Not because of the tales of sheep, pigs, cows and poultry their abilities, love and personalities which are quite delightful but the awareness as you read that these beings are being raised by the million for the abattoir Even though I dont eat meat, I do, I acknowledge, try to shut my mind to it, to see livestock as things in a field, to not dwell on fact I buy catfoodIt s a similar feel to those memoirs of families that you readthe vivid portrayals of the peoplewhere you know, as you read, that they all met a grisly end in some later horror.the narrative, which should be a joy, has a terrible sadness and piquancy.I dont think anyone with a heart could ever eat animals again after reading this

  3. Loz says:

    A worthwhile message, though I personally found the writing I bit unstructured I liked the conclusion best, definitely worth reading if considering veganism.

  4. Sophie says:

    If you love animals yet still eat them, this is the slap around the head you need.

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