Food, Inc. – Industrial Chicken Farmers


Clip from Food, Inc. in which small southern farmers are beholden to large corporate chicken producers such as Smithfield and Tyson. Shows chickens dead in t…

25 Responses to “Food, Inc. – Industrial Chicken Farmers”

  1. HighEndDefinition  on May 13th, 2013

    Where this woman live?
    I go meet her and then I beat her with my Diz into her nouse at the middle of the face.
    I will do this with all pet killer.

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  2. oldmanjoe67  on May 13th, 2013

    I want to kill the people who do this to animals. I literally want to kill them. Humans are evil.

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  3. mtn323007  on May 13th, 2013

    lol

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  4. ComeTogether365  on May 13th, 2013

    we just should drop meat from our diets then…

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  5. mtn323007  on May 13th, 2013

    Look at the growing population, then look at your visionary farm. I’m not saying how it is now is necessarily a good thing, but we have to mass produce and genetically alter animals in order to get the meat we need to feed an ever growing population.

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  6. IsTxGamingI  on May 13th, 2013

    This Is Pathetic,As An Owner Of 27 Chickens,I Would Never Treat Them Like This

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  7. christopher phillip skeates  on May 13th, 2013

    I AM REVELATION 12 wo to man for sin against woman .. skeatesy

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  8. blackops617  on May 13th, 2013

    I hunt, and eat what i hunt. But i will be the honest the way they treat THESE animals is sickening…

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  9. morriscodevideos  on May 13th, 2013

    People are ridiculous, the life expectancy of humans has only increased over time. Whatever they’re doing isn’t killing us. So STFU and eat salads the rest of your life or grow your own damn chickens.

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  10. ShaytanBozorg  on May 13th, 2013

    Thank you for posting this. HUMANS ARE DISGUSTING.

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  11. Jared Gonzales  on May 13th, 2013

    I own chickens

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  12. mutzilnosoundl  on May 13th, 2013

    Ok, I know nothing about chickens, but has anyone ever examined if chickens produce high amounts of stress hormones while in a crowded place like that? I’d assume that the amount of stress the chickens are having might have some bad effects on the quality of meat and eggs etc..

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  13. mychemicalalltheway  on May 13th, 2013

    They shouldn’t care how cheap it is to farm and raise these chickens this way! This is disgusting and I am NOT looking forward to watching the entire movie in ap human geography

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  14. MrFrezer891  on May 13th, 2013

    @godsfiddler see but there is no law to say what organic is some farmers put organic and could mean more chemicals

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  15. Cody Jackson  on May 13th, 2013

    For the amount of chickens growen in the barn that is not that many dead ones

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  16. joxskater  on May 13th, 2013

    so wrong . why did that piece of crap just kicked that chicken

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  17. Joe B  on May 13th, 2013

    If only each family or community had a small chicken farm…

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  18. SpankyThick69  on May 13th, 2013

    What do these companies do with all the money they get?

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  19. banjybubby  on May 13th, 2013

    WOW, just watched Food Inc and spent an hour double checkin it was all fair dinkum. Cant beleive Sepo’s are that ignorant and greedy to allow this travesty to happen. What I’m really scared about is Australia is fast becoming a blind muppet of the yanks and this is our future too.

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  20. Brandon Angel  on May 13th, 2013

    you will have people call out. give or take 15 or so a day. out of a night shift of 100 or so people. you also will work for $10 an hour. after taxes and the crappy health coverage, you are making $400 a week give or take. The entire process of these chicken and the companies that control them is horrifying. and ive seen it first hand. people spitting chew into the dead chickens, sneezing on them, coughing on them. etc.

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  21. Brandon Angel  on May 13th, 2013

    Continue my post. and then thrown back onto the service line. most workers i worked with are taken advantage of. mainly spanish speaking people, and, knowing spanish, helped talk to the supervisors and made sure they didnt get taken advantage of. also you will work 50+ hours a week. no paid time off until after being there a year, which you wont always get because your supervisor tells you, they cant. Another common occurance is the employees get very VERY sick. on a daily basis,

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  22. Brandon Angel  on May 13th, 2013

    To anyone who is complaining about how the chickens are being treated, you should have seen how they are processed. I have worked in a chicken factory for 9 months before i finally got fed up and quit. 1st off, the chickens are killed, cleaned in a big wind turbine type chiller with water. and hung on metal hooks to be sent to another part of the factory. after that they are processed again and cut into smaller chunks. ive seen these chicken fall onto floors, get kicked, ran over by pallet jacks

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  23. RokodoRL  on May 13th, 2013

    The next time you see a cute puppy on its leash or whatever other animal tugs at your heartstrings, just think of this. Who are we to govern life collectively in such a way? Situational cannibalism would be less of a crime than this. I’m not saying don’t eat meat, I won’t stop eating meat even if I know this is where a lot of the meat I eat comes from. My point is we think we’re civilised but our distancing of where our food comes from leaves us in the dark. Collectively, we are simply beasts.

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  24. Juelzmuzic  on May 13th, 2013

    Check out my chickens…I have a much better way to raise chickens the humane way

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  25. godsfiddler  on May 13th, 2013

    @giggi4455 Second, you can always buy organic. Third, you can always grow your own veggies. Even if you don’t have a yard. You can always buy planters and grow some veggies indoors.

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