Spy Drones Expose Smithfield Foods Factory Farms

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"Spy Drones Expose Smithfield Foods Factory Farms": SINCE 2012, "Speciesism: The Movie" director Mark Devries has been secretly using spy drones to investigate and expose the environmental devastation caused by factory farms. In this video, the drones capture shocking aerial footage of several massive facilities that supply pigs for Smithfield Foods. Now, get ready for an even BIGGER dose of truth about factory farming, with the unassuming documentary that became a worldwide phenomenon: http://www.SpeciesismTheMovie.com/watch-speciesism-the-movie


Joseph : The most disgusting "business" operation I have ever seen.

Whatever : doesn't look like it would take much more than a hard rain to wash that junk to the neighboring farm. no wonder we get salmonella in peanut butter and lettuce

Brian BarrSinister : Flying across the country from Michigan to Nevada I have often wondered what the oddly colored, semi-isolated patches were. Now I know. Thank you for the information.  This is just another situation that is an environmental/social powder keg. Unbelievable companies have subverted common sense and the well being of our populace for ridiculous profits. Unconscionable.

wakeupscreaming : This is disgusting. I don't eat much meat to begin with. But this makes me not want to have any at all. When you're in a restaurant, and looking at a menu, with juicy descriptions of burgers with bacon, you don't tend to make the connection -- you don't care where it came from, or how it got there.

Salicia Aragon : Stay away from these Smithfield Brands: Smithfield Eckrich Farmland Armour Cook's Gwaltney John Morrell Kretschmar Curly's Garando Margherita Healthy Ones

80sMeavyHetal : "Who's responsible for this? Smithfield Foods..." AND everybody who BUYS this meat and thus supports this madness!!! Please share this video on social networks, people have to see this, our planet, our place to live is in danger.


stdavis22 : this video doesn't even show the best part...when a hurricane runs into the carolina coast and dumps a foot of rain over the course of 2 or 3 days these cess pools overflow into the landscape and rivers and creeks and kill all the fish for miles and miles and destroy the wetland habitats for hundreds of species...but its ok, everyone just keep having 5 kids and overpopulate the world so we need factory farming, mother nature will evict us eventually

Justin Pearman : They should fill those 'ponds' with biochar and let it soak to saturation then loader-it-out and sell it to farmers growing non-food crops. Switchgrass-for-ethanol (and biochar production) would love it! The minerals, the nitrogen, the phosphorus... ...the switchgrass would grow like crazy! If they coupled the swine waste filled solid biochar product with a nearby cattle farm's manure and let it compost with some other fast-growth carbon-rich crops (again, switchgrass is awesome for this), it'd make an excellent compost in no time! use a manure spreader to spread the composted biochar-filled manure over switchgrass cut to ~8" between harvests, the switchgrass would grow like crazy, produce copious quantities of hydrogren-rich high-lignocellulosic harvest that could cut down on corn>for>ethanol fields, turn otherwise untillable fields into high-value farmland, sequester carbon, produce an extremely fast-growth hydrogen-rich crop that would otherwise reduce the need for other crops to be grown for energy. This, of course, says nothing per the treatment of the pigs themselves. Tragic. Pigs are incredibly intelligent animals. But there are solutions to these problems from an environmental perspective that would drastically reduce the negatives and drastically increase the positive outputs from the operation. ...and, most likely, extremely profitably.

Mirco soft : Public knows what underwear justin bieber have on , but dont know how our food are made

Oki Boy : Powerful Joe rogan

Julie Bell : Smithfield is owned by China!

Sbeast : Future generations are face palming so hard...

stp479 : Fantastic work, no doubt you're on the "must listen to" list at the NSA!

Ne Le : Chocolate rain

Luis Kreische : Organic food is the answer to not only this problem but many more !

Zen Locke : Oney really got this guy's voice spot on

Priestess Auset Ra Amen : I did not know this till I moved to Shelby NC, I live right up the hill from a chicken farm, and kept noticing us having constant colds,headaches and allergies which we never had before, then the invisible biting mites that leave welts on your skin, you can't see them but feel them crawling all over your body, hair and even ears, and looking at the people around me how the move and look, I started to do some research and low and behold I ran across articles on chicken farms in the south and now this video, I have had to mix essential oils like cedarwood, cloves, thieves oil, eucalyptus, and peppermint with flower of sulfur to coat our skin to sleep at night, and add sulfur to our lotions and hair grease, to stop the damn mites, I have never in my life experienced anything like this, its like a damn sci fi movie its absolutely maddening and then the stench from the farms, I can't wait to move the hell out of this state, wish I would have done the research before moving here, we as a species just need to stop eating meat already, its beyond disgusting.

Lindy Vejar : Thank you for taking the time - as a result, Ive stopped eating meat. No wonder humans have so many immuno health issues.

GABOS : Joe Rogan podcast anyone?

BOb Stiller : Great work! Keep it up!

RUNN0RTH : Love the voice man!

turealnaturaleza : "Beautiful beings"

Barbara Wallace : Boycott Smithfield Foods...Pure and Simple BOYCOTT !

Dianne Rochenski : You are brilliant having this idea to film this atrocity by drone Mark . I have your documentary and I show it to all my friends when they are over my house. As a spiritual ethical vegan I salute you Mark. Please keep up your great work .

Larry Finklestein : They could take the pig feces and urine and make gun powder. There would probably still be a lot of excess urine but it could be done. I would think they could also make Fertilizer? The obvious solution would be to have the farms located closer to the ocean and build their own sanity waste plant and put the pig waste the same place we humans put ours.

Phrancis5 : I grew up in rural Eastern NC and yeah, these factory farms suck, but hey, that's the price of cheap meat. When hurricane Florence overfloods these lakes it's gonna be horrible!

Sage Adams : And how do you stop this? By being loud, and letting your senator know you demand change.

opopo opopo : From sea to shinning sea.

Joseph Horrowitz : You guys should do this at area 51!!!

Alejandro Mujica : I bet those companies can spend money to protect air space for these kinds of surveillance. They won't change their business, just try harder to cover it up.

Bill Tsirtsis : I've smelled this 10 miles away.no exaggeration.it is horrible on so many levels.

scottg77r : We don't buy meat from the store. I hunt/kill deer and wild boar also turkey. We get our beef from a friend that raises cows. Chickens also from a friends farm. If more people would hunt and buy from local small family farms it would help. We eat deer meat the most. I Understand not everyone can hunt or can get meat from a local farm. Hoping one day i'll have enough land to have my own farm.

Maireid Sullivan : Really shocking to see what we already know! This is an inevitable offshoot of urban living where people are crammed into smaller and smaller living spaces - no more back gardens or time to grow food leading to full outsourcing of food production to industries that are only focused on the Single Bottom-line.  No wonder society is so dysfunctional with System breakdown on so many levels while the Stock market is celebrating an all-time high!  Truly insane!

Balancing Life : I went vegan over 2 years ago when I learned about this shit.

Dave Robinson : Outrageous stuff - well done to all concerned in exposing this. Many thanks to you!

Dennis F : This explains why vegans are angry.


Emjay : Yet everyone who watched this probably had a couple slices of bacon today lol.

Alkaiser : 352 people support this toxic practice and/or are probably from Smithfield.

YourFavoriteChef : I used to live in Smithfield

Vainth : Just look a blind eye, because it makes YOU feel good when you eat pig products.  Who cares right?  As long as YOU are happy.  As long as YOU survive. As long as YOU don't pay. That's the problem with people today. They just care about themselves and value  just themselves.

jeepers : PowerfulJRE

Rocketman 56 : Well if everybody would just stop eating pork problem will be solved

RawVeganThings : This is also how crops get contaminated with viruses and disease from the waste sprayed onto them. Glad I'm vegan.

captainref : There property and deserve no rights. They are food. Not sess pools. When dry is sold as manuer. BACON IS GREAT

Bill Bill : You people don't know the life if the Farmer

Edward Price : So what happened after Hurricane Florence ? 9/18

Baki XB : Owned by China. Honestly