In partnership with Farm Animal Rights Movement (F.A.R.M.), this short film was created to show the horrors and cruelty of the meat, egg, and dairy industries. Over 10 Billion farmed animals are killed each year for food, in the U.S. alone. By going vegan, you can save up to 100 animals per year. And the benefits don't stop there. For more info, go to http://www.livevegan.org
Feature documentary produced by Keep it in the family productions inc and Batchfilms.
Milk is the perfect food. It is the white blood that has nourished our children from the minute they were born. When we entered this world, the very first consumable food to permeate our bodies was this liquid love fed to us by our mothers. Milk has nurtured societies across the globe and throughout time. It helped keep our forefathers alive during long winters and allowed them to progress forward and fight for a future that we are all now living. So why, today, are some people questioning it’s benefits?
There is a debate brewing on this subject among people of different factions and schools of thought. This film aims to explore this debate as well as entertain viewers with interesting facts about the history of milk and the industry that produces it today. This is not an anti-milk film. This is a poetic film that depicts the business of milk and its role in our society. Many people are interviewed on camera and dispense varying opinions and views on the state of milk as they see it. Some people believe it is the safest and cleanest milk we have ever had and that Canadian milk ranks as one of the best in the world. Some believe it shouldn’t be consumed past infancy. Others believe it truly is a miraculous food but only if it is raw and from grass fed cows. This film aims to entertain and inform, not push people away from consuming milk.
storyfirstmedia.com/ - From the economy to the environment, to the food we eat and more, Wisconsin's dairy industry has a powerful impact on us all—a message that's beginning to resonate with today's millennials.
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