In these areas where farms are such a close source of fruits and veggies and meat and dairy and eggs, I've had great conversations about eating vs. not eating animal products. I didn't eat anything from these farms but, from what I've been told, the concern for the animal's well-being (while it's alive...) is what gives way to a higher quality product. Unfortunately, not all areas are like this. Instead of animal products being treated as a sort of delicacy, they have become commodities– mass produced in an unhealthy way to meet the demand for them. So it's a tough truth that not all parts of the world can have these sorts of products readily available at such a high quality, there's just not enough room in the world. Anyway, back on the road to continue across the beautiful state of New York.
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