From the world of The Hard To Believe:
"The bodies of thousands of rabbits culled every year from the parks in
Stockholm's Kungsholmen neighbourhood are being used to fuel a heating plant
in central Sweden."
With pic of dead rabbits and crematoria smoke stacks
PETA folks so upset they're stabbing each other.
"First they came for the bunnies. I didn't complain because I was not a
Dairy farmers are sometimes routinely heating their homes from their
barns; which are always warm regardless of the outside temperature. All
it takes is a heat exchanger and insulation. Except for late fall and
earl spring the house furnace seldom has to run. Barns never require any
source of heat; the animal's bodies provides sufficient heat.
I used to service the games at an arcade in a mall. They didn't use
much heat but they used the A/C almost year round. Their A/C stopped
working and it needed a new compressor. The arcade owner/tenant in the
mall had to pay to fix the A/C, then they lost their lease in less than
I rather doubt that. I grew up on a farm. They are warmer than out side
but nowhere near as warm as a home. Even 100,000 chickens in a chicken
barn needs to be heated in Maine. I have seen ice in the cows drinking
bowl in the morning in both a traditional barn and a free stall barn.
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