Monthly Archives: October 2012

The Most Shockingly Beautiful Video About Factory Farming

This video, produced by Animal Australia, beautifully captures the cruelty that is factory farming. It is not the brutal graphic images we often see, but rather a shocking look at what factory farms look like and the hope that someday … Continue reading

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A Tarnished Crown – Burger King Busted

Last April we found ourselves, reluctantly, congratulating Burger King for its commitment to begin purchasing pigs and eggs from chickens that were not raised in confined cages. But there’s been a lot of tarnish on the crown since then. It … Continue reading

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Are Factory Farms Good for Anything?

A recent article published in the International asked the question “Are Factory Farms Inherently Unsustainable?” For those of us who have been following the issue for some time, the question is a rhetorical one; we know the answer is yes. … Continue reading

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Did I Just Eat a Cheeseburger and Fries? I Forgot.

Studies have shown that eating sugary and fatty foods; think cheeseburger, fries and a super-size drink, can lead to Diabetes Type 2, but a new study, which validates several earlier ones, finds that Alzheimer’s may be caused by an insulin … Continue reading

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