Behind Europe’s Cheap Food
A new documentary titled Killing Fields: the battle to feed
factory farms – produced by a coalition of pressure groups
including Friends of the Earth, Food and Water Watch and with
European coordination by Via Campesina, – documents the intensive
animal farming across the EU, and how the price for this meat is
being paid across Latin America.
The film shows vast plantations of soy in Paraguay principally
grown for use in intensively-farmed animal feed, contributing to
social and ecological problems, including the forced eviction of
rural communities, landlessness, poverty, excessive use of
pesticides, deforestation and rising food insecurity.
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Killing fields: the true cost of Europe's
Intensive animal agriculture is devastating to God’s Creation.
It’s sickening people, it’s creating hell on earth for God’s animals
and it is destroying the environment. Those who support this
industry must realize the extent of its negative effects; hopefully,
before it’s too late for the generations to come.