'martyr's deaths'- shows animals are dying an undeserving death, they are innocent
'stiff as sunday manners'- simile, used to show the image of death, which is rather grusome which also connotes murder, this what a small child may think the butcher is doing to the animals when they see them like that
'voting tory all their lives'- didn't have a choice on how to live or what their fate would be.
'blue rosettes'- could suggest they wern't good enough, blue is second place in a country show to red.
'meaty smile, white apron stained with who knows what, fingers fat as sausages'- gives the butcher a nasty apperance…