It’s not a requirement to eat animals, we just choose to do it, so it becomes a moral choice and one that is having a huge impact on the planet, using up resources and destroying the biosphere.”
He’s also bought New Zealand farms.
. . “They are acquiring the land as part of a larger acquisition of land in South Wairarapa, which they will use as a residence and working farm, ” . . .
If he thinks it’s morally better to not eat animals then it would follow that he thinks it’s wrong to farm them.
If the more than 1,000 hectares he now owns is going to be operated as a working farm, what’s he going to farm on it?
Trees for timber and/or carbon perhaps. Manuka for both carbon and honey might also be a possibility.