Of course, that's far easier said than done.
When asked what responsible animal use is, an animal abuser might respond with "Anything I please!" while an animal liberationist would re-define it as "No animal use," but it's only at these extremes where the definition is so neat and clean. As with any view that is shaped by personal morality, there are countless individual interpretations, even of commonly held values.
And it only takes a few degrees of difference in opinion to start World War III. If you want a taste, just ask a casual shopper and a free-range, organic farming advocate how their chicken reached the dinner table last night. Then stand back.
With that in mind, it's probably a good time to lay out exactly what NAIA believes, and where we are coming from when we use the term "responsible animal use."
So with no further ado: