Thanks for the reply. Yeah reading the book I got the impression that the example the author uses could be an isolated one and it was not everywhere like that. However, I also did not find easy to find statistics on the problem in internet. But your response seems more accurate than what it is presented in the book
thanks for your reply. My question was not really (a) nor (b) but I think they are related.
Here again my questions:
because of your answer "(b) it would be better for animals if there were no more factory farms at all." I guess you would answer to (1) saying that it is better if they are not born at all right?