Monday, December 3, 2012

Exploration 12

The idea that the farm industry has turned into making money instead of feeding quality food to people is ridiculous. Corporate farms care more about making profit than the well-being of the people who eat their products. The film showed that we need to down size our farms and have free-range live stock. Not live-stock that is crammed together 10,000 deep and disease filled. The film made me think about the types of meat and other farm products I choose to eat. I would like to know more about how much a free-range farms makes versus a commercial farm. One of the quotes that stuck out the most while watching the film was "American's fear only one thing: inconvenience." Which is utterly true.


  1. Agreed, the images of the cattle that looked like a sea of brown because of how close they were together was discussing, but then to think we might have eaten one of those exact cows...

  2. It is disturbing to know what is in our food that we consume everyday, paying the extra buck for oraganicaly grown produce is the way to go!

  3. It is ashamed that our food system is also a corrupt money system as well.


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