Factory Farming

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Factory Farming

  1. 1. The Factory Farm
  2. 2. Factory Farms are Large Industrialized Farms
  3. 3. Owned by Corporations Built to Maximize Profit
  4. 4. Forcing Thousands of Animals into Confined Spaces
  5. 5. Often Physically Mutilating and Genetically Modifying Them.
  6. 6. Factory Farms are a Canadian Problem
  7. 7. The Vast Majority of Meat Canadians Eat is Factory Farmed
  8. 8. The Number of Factory Farms in Canada has Increased. There are More Animals and Fewer Farms than Ever.
  9. 9. There are No Canadian Laws that Prevent Cruelty Against Farm Animals
  10. 10. But What About Storybook Farms ?* * Fictional Rendering Courtesy of Natrel Dairy
  11. 11. If Old MacDonald Had a Farm Today… It Wouldn’t Look Like This
  12. 12. With over 650 Million Animals Slaughtered Every Year in Canada Just for Food, The “Happy Farm” is Just a Story Told by Advertisers in Order to Sell Meat to Consumers.
  13. 13. The Myth The Reality
  14. 14. huge The Average Canadian farm is
  15. 15. Average Number of Laying Hens Per Flock – 18,368
  16. 16. Average Number of Pigs Per Farm – 1,070
  17. 17. Larger Farms Can Have Flocks with More than 15,000 Turkeys
  18. 18. Since 1940, the Number of Canadian Cattle per Farm Increased by 600 %
  19. 19. At Such Large Numbers Humane Treatment is Impossible
  20. 20. Physically Mutilating* Animals is Cruel * Commonly Done Without Pain Killers
  21. 21. Cattle are Castrated and Branded
  22. 22. Chickens are Debeaked
  23. 23. Pigs are Castrated, have Their Teeth Clipped , and T ails Cut Off
  24. 24. Animals are Mutilated so They can Live in Unnatural, Unhealthy Confined Spaces
  25. 25. Confining* Animals for their Entire Lives is Cruel * In a B arren, Cramped, Unnatural Space
  26. 26. Chickens are F orced into Cages With as Little Room as 70 2 Inches Each
  27. 27. 1 Egg = 1 Chicken Confined for 29.2 Hours Math- 365days/(300eggs/year)*(24hours/day)
  28. 28. Veal Calves are Isolated and Chained
  29. 29. Pigs, Like Other Farm Animals, are Kept in Unnatural, Socially Unhealthy Environments
  30. 30. For Some Animals, the Only Time They Get to See Outside is on Their Way to Slaughter
  31. 31. Transporting* Animals Alive is Cruel * Over Long Distances Without Food or Water
  32. 32. Animals are Transported in Crowded, Unsafe Spaces
  33. 33. -Agriculture Canada Chickens can Legally be Transported for 48 hours Without Food or Water
  34. 34. Cows can Legally be Transported for 56 hours Without Food or Water
  35. 35. 8 Million Pigs are Exported Alive Every Year in Trucks Like This
  36. 36. Like all Trucks, Some Crash
  37. 37. If the Animals Make it Through Transportation, They Meet Their End in the Slaughterhouse
  38. 38. The Mass Mechanized Slaughter of Animals is Cruel
  39. 39. Built for Speed, Slaughterhouses in Canada Kill 25,000 Broiler Chickens per Hour -Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
  40. 40. Animals are Often Conscious During the Slaughter Process
  41. 41. Some Animals are Still Alive as They Continue Down the Line to be Processed
  42. 42. Some Animals Don’t Make it to Slaughter
  43. 43. Animals are Kept Unhealthy, Drugged, Diseased, and Dying
  44. 44. Farm Animals are Given an Arsenal of Drugs to Increase Growth and Keep Them Healthy Enough to Make it to Slaughter
  45. 45. Drugs Cleared for use in Pig Feed -Canadian Food Inspection Agency
  46. 46. Chickens Burned by a Toxic Air Filled with Ammonia from Excrement
  47. 47. Diseases in Cattle Raised for Food -Canadian Food Inspection Agency
  48. 48. Raised and Handled With Such Cruelty, Disease and Injury are Inevitable within Factory Farming
  49. 49. 85,649 Canadian Pigs Were Condemned (Unfit for Consumption), in 2006
  50. 50. There are 33 Million Canadians
  51. 51. There are more than 650 million Canadian Animals Slaughtered Every Year, Just For Food
  52. 52. 3.45 million Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, 2007
  53. 53. Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, 2007 22 million
  54. 54. 21 million Annual Poultry Slaughter Report; Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, 2007
  55. 55. 621 million Annual Poultry Slaughter Report; Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, 2007
  56. 56. Not All the Animals Make it to Your Plate
  57. 57. Some Die Due to Physical Mutilation
  58. 58. Some Die in Inhumane Housing
  59. 59. Some Die During Transportation
  60. 60. Some Die from Disease and Injury
  61. 61. Some Die Because They are of No Use to the Industry -This is a Dumpster Full of Dead Male Chicks at an Egg Hatchery
  62. 62. The Animals That Die Before Your Plate
  63. 63. Factory Farms also Destroy the Environment The Pig Farm The Pig Poop
  64. 64. Everybody * Poops * Including pigs, cows, chickens and all other animals raised for food in Canada
  65. 66. 80% of Water Pollution in Quebec Comes From Intensive Hog Operations The Liquefied Pig Poop
  66. 67. = 2000kg manure/year 1
  67. 68. Stop This Shit Before it Hits The Fan Stop Factory Farms .
  68. 69. Factory Farms also Hurt Human Health
  69. 70. There are 1461 Known Human Infectious Diseases
  70. 71. 60% of the infectious diseases affecting humans come from animals -Centre for Disease Control and Prevention
  71. 72. The number rises to 75% for new diseases that came from animals in the last thirty years
  72. 73. The Animals and the Diseases - Diseases spawned from factory farming can spread to and hurt animals outside of the farm
  73. 74. We Can Stop Factory Farming. We Need to Stop Factory Farming.
  74. 75. Ways to Get Active
  75. 76. Get Healthy, End Cruelty, Save the Planet

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