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Elizabeth Hurley Produces Hurley Meat And Lamb

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Ecorazzi previously published a story entitled: Elizabeth Hurley In Love With Her Organic Farm, Wants Animals, but perhaps we should revise the title to read: Elizabeth Hurley In Love With Her Organic Farm, Wants Animals…To Slaughter.

At a recent Estee Lauder event at the NYC hotspot, Le Cirque, Hurley gave an update on her new organic farming endevaours and the production of Hurley Meat and Hurley Lamb, based out of her 400-acre organic farm in Gloucestershire, England.

As we mentioned previously, Hurley announced that she was giving up show business for the organic business and said, “It’s the only place I want to be. When we get our organic status we’re going to farm properly and we’re going to have a herd of cows and proper sheep and proper chickens, and we’re going to have Gloucestershire Old Spot pigs.” I guess what we didn’t realize is that she wanted the animals for production not play.

Now as a vegan I avoid all animal products, but I DO think that if you’re going to eat meat then organic meat is a much better alternative. So Liz, I’m kind of giving you a half thumbs up, half thumbs down here. Just promise me you’ll also grow some kale and stuff…kay?

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