factory farms,

Since 2012, Speciesism: The Movie director Mark Devries has been secretly using spy drones to investigate and expose the environmental devastation caused by factory farms. In this investigation, the drones capture shocking aerial video footage of several massive facilities that supply pigs for Smithfield Foods.

Saryta Rodriguez is the author of Until Every Animal is Free.

“Until Every Animal is Free is an insightful, candid work heralding the Animal Liberation Movement as the next logical step on the path of social justice, dispelling many of the myths that keep us from getting there.”

In it, Saryta Rodriguez challenges the Myth of Human Supremacy, and explores some of the ideological pillars behind the belief that humans are superior to all other animals.“

- Goodreads
http://www.goodreads.com/

it’s weird that everybody supports boycotts in pretty much any context (movies, restaurants, businesses, even just the practice of using ‘no link’ urls for shitty websites to not give people ad revenue) until someone reveals that they’re boycotting an animal product & then everybody jumps in to say boycotts don’t work and there’s no ethical consumption so no point in changing who you buy from

theguardian.com
Dairy is scary. The public are waking up to the darkest part of farming
The photo of calves in cramped pens will shock many, and with so many non-dairy alternatives now, consumers have a choice.
By Chas Newkey-Burden

Dairy is proving to be a vulnerable spot for the entire slaughter racket. The public is steadily waking up to the fact that the reality of milk production is not a matter of trivial imperfections, of concern only to idealist vegans, but in fact the most dark and wicked part of all farming. And delicious, non-dairy milk, cheese and dessert alternatives are now widely available, so as people learn the truth it is easy for them to ditch dairy for good.

Suggested Reading
Cowed: The Hidden Impact of 93 Million Cows on America’s Health, Economy, Politics, Culture, and Environment

“breakfast” – a non - graphic short film about factory farming

The setting of Kris Hofmann’s short film “Breakfast” is a child’s bedroom, with a bookshelf of stuffed animals beside a desk with a set of wooden blocks that depict a bucolic farm scene.

The film recounts the lives of Harriet, Eleanor the cow and Arthur the pig.
Breakfast reveals, in a non – graphic manner -  the connections between our food and the realities of factory farming.

Hofmann is a filmmaker, animator and designer who wanted to highlight the discrepancy between the love many breakfast-eaters show for their pets and their disregard for the suffering of other animals.


THE VIDEO MAY BE FOUND HERE:
https://vimeo.com/5365992

old mcdonald had a farm E-I-E-I-O

and on that farm he

slaughtered, raped, confined, mutilated, tortured and exploited innocent beings because 99% of animals come from factory farms with little to no rules for “animal welfare” and there is no such thing as humane slaughter anyway - also it’s not a mutually beneficial relationship if one party is killed to serve the other for profit

and he was one of the main contributors to green house gas emissions, rainforest deforestation, fresh water usage, grain usage, water pollution, species extinction, ocean dead zones and waste production