Essay on The Logic of Industry and of Nature
Through these two quotes, The Logic of Nature notably examines the importance of raising feedlot animals in a pastoral environment where there is a sustainably less amount of chemical and pesticides use, where as The Logic of Industry relies heavily on speed, producing meat with the use of corn to grow animals in short period of time.
In terms of the logic of human industry feedlots are not about the quality in the production of making meat but more so about the quantity. The logic of human industry relies heavily on the use of NPK, antibiotics, corn, petroleum. All these factors contribute to a faster meat production, since industries is all about the speed. There is a purpose for the overproduction of food; overproduction is “stable” in the industrial food chain. The abundance of food is linked to corn, the most sustainable and reliable crop in the industrial food chain. Corn has become a valuable substance to feed livestock animals and it is also a perfect commodity which makes it easy to transport and nearly indestructible. Cows raised on feedlots have become a major problem since farmer’s