If The World Goes Vegan…


Health Editor’s Note: I am not sure I agree with some of the explanations in this article, but this does present a question that would be difficult to address. What do our readers think?…Carol

What Will Happen to the Animals If Everyone Goes Vegan

By Doris Lin Thought.Co

Non-vegans often ask, “What would happen to the animals if we all went vegan?” It’s a valid question. If we stop eating cows, pigs, and chickens, what would happen to the 10 billion land animals we now eat every year? And what would happen to wildlife if we stop hunting? Or the animals used for experiments or entertainment?


As with any product, as the demand for meat changes, production will change to meet market demands. As more people go vegan, there will be more vegan products available in both mainstream stores and health food stores. Farmers will adjust by breeding, raising, and slaughtering fewer animals.

Similarly, more vegan products will show up in stores and more farmers will switch to growing things like quinoa, spelt, or kale.

If the World Goes Vegan

It is conceivable that the world, or part of the world, could suddenly go vegan. There have been several instances where demand for a particular animal product suddenly plummeted.

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  1. We in the Caucasus eat a lot of greens, seasonings, vegetables and fruits – but this is a great addition to delicious meat dishes: barbecue, pilaf, etc. Each person adheres to personal views on food. But personally, I do not imagine myself as a vegan and do not want to be one. Here we have enough Hare Krishnas with whom it is simply impossible to sit at the table: continuous propaganda and the imposition of food without meat. With such guys I am not on the way.

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