By becoming a vegetarian . . . at least right now . . . at least that’s what I’m thinking.
Let’s start by supposing that eating factory farmed meat is morally wrong (shouldn’t be too hard, but if you need help you can watch The Meatrix), and that eating meat is not itself morally wrong. One response is to become a vegetarian, but it seems that a better response would be to eat free range meat (and not just because you would still get to enjoy meat). By eating free range meat you would be keeping your ‘meat money’ in the market and affecting the market for the better. You would be giving incentive to increase the number free range farms and the availability of free range animal products, and would be taking action to have a larger share of the meat market be occupied by free range farms.
Free range farms, I take it, could not satisfy the current level of meat demand, so at some point in the future (when the free range farms are at or near their market capacity) it might be time to become a vegetarian, but that time is at least not now.