I was a vegetarian for more than 10 years and thinking of becoming a vegetarian again. But I came across this article that says Ordering the vegetarian meal? There’s more animal blood on your hands:
At least 100 mice are killed per hectare per year (500/4 × 0.8) to grow grain. Average yields are about 1.4 tonnes of wheat/hectare; 13% of the wheat is useable protein. Therefore, at least 55 sentient animals die to produce 100kg of useable plant protein: 25 times more than for the same amount of rangelands beef.
Replacing red meat with grain products leads to many more sentient animal deaths, far greater animal suffering and significantly more environmental degradation. Protein obtained from grazing livestock costs far fewer lives per kilogram: it is a more humane, ethical and environmentally-friendly dietary option.
That is why it’s said grass-fed beef involves less killing than grain-fed beef. Can anyone give a reason why should I become a vegetarian again?