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Gene Bauer: Changing Hearts And Minds About Animals And Food

Founder Of The Farm Sanctuary

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There Are No Laws To Protect Factory Farm Animals

I believe Gene Bauer is a saint.

He is the founder of the Farm Sanctuary, a 175-acre Farm Sanctuary in Watkins Glen, NY where animals born into the factory farm industry come to live out their lives in peace, health and comfort.

These animals were left on the dead pile, injured, somehow escaped or were otherwise rescued from the horrors of their environment.

This video is equal parts heartbreaking and heartwarming. The stories he tells here have the power to change your mind forever about what you chose to support, food industry wise.

"This is an industry that treats animals badly, that harms the environment, that is producing food that is killing us. And they're not responsible for any of these harms." he points out. Meaning, these animals are not protected under any laws against cruelty to farm animals.

That is what he has dedicated his life to do something about.

For 25 years Gene Bauer has traveled extensively campaigning to raise awareness about the abuses of industrialized factory farming and our cheap food system. He has visited hundreds of farms, stockyards and slaughterhouses documenting the deplorable conditions these animals endure every day. His first triumph was to get one stockyard convicted of cruelty to animals after 7 years of campaigning.

This cruelty is something you do not have to participate in any longer.

If you stop your factory farmed meat consumption, with each meal you are helping to stop:

- brutal cruelty to animals
- miserable and unsafe conditions for low wage workers
- water waste
- land waste
- pollution caused by mountains of manure....more than 335 million tons produced annually on U.S. farms. About 80 percent of U.S. ammonia emissions come from livestock manure.

It's up to you.

--Bibi Farber

For more information on The Farm Sanctuary, see: