Let me tell you a little story about Chinese takeout. It might move you from just a lost appetite to forcing fingers down your throat. We decided to "eat in" at a local Chinesevtakeout joint. We always liked the food. Often it wasn't anything we ordered but it was always tasty. We were served at a table in their small dining area, by the owner himself. But after giving us good he disappeared and never came back. So we waited and waite for the check, and waited some more. Eventually I strolled over to the kitchen door and knocked. No answer so I opened it and called out to the owner. What I saw was piles of chickens being butchered be a couple of guys. The owner rushed me and not only pushed me out of the kitchen door but out the front door into the sidewalk. All the time shouting in his best broken English, "you see too much; you see too much..." I tried paying and he refused, reminding me that I see too much. He just kept yelling until I left. I don't know what I saw so never returned or called for takeout again.
This story is pretty funny more than disgusting. However it makes me wonder if you owned a restaurant and if you wanted to raise your own poultry, pork, beef, or whatever animal; what processes can be done in the same building. At what point from the animal being alive to your plate does it become fabricating the meat for dishes and not a slaughterhouse. Wait I think I read your post wrong, can you elaborate?