I've raised chickens and lots of other livestock over my 60+ years. As an omnivore, I eat meat as I believe all people should. I'm an organizer of a backyard chicken meetup group. I also teach classes on backyard poultry. The majority of people in classes want to learn about processing. I have taught processing with tremendous turnout. 21 people are braving the ice and snow to help process chickens tomorrow. All that said, there are people in our group, including other organizers that are extremely put out by this processng session. I would understand if they were vegetarians but they eat chicken from grocers and at fast food places. How can adults, that eat chicken be so disturbed about processing humanely raised birds by the label rouge standard, pastured freedom rangers, be so hypocritical that they will leave the event after believing they should attend because they can't wrap their heads around killing a chicken? Yet the same people, knowing how commercial cornish rocks are raised and processed will continue to eat them with impunity. I don't get it.