[Question] How should longtermists think about eating meat?

Strong longter­mism states that when mak­ing a de­ci­sion, we should pri­mar­ily con­sider its long-term effects.

From this per­spec­tive, the ar­gu­ment that one should not eat meat be­cause it causes more an­i­mals to be farmed is weaker since the (rel­a­tively) short-term effect of an ad­di­tional an­i­mal be­ing farmed is dwar­fed by the long-term effects of eat­ing an­i­mals.

Are there any fleshed-out, longter­mist ar­gu­ments out there on why peo­ple shouldn’t eat meat?

Also, I would be in­ter­ested to know how the dam­age done by eat­ing meat com­pares to the pos­i­tive im­pact of donat­ing money. Hav­ing such a com­par­i­son would al­low us to price the dam­age done by eat­ing meat.