Farming Humans

Posted by on April 28, 2014

“Farming Humans” is a brilliant and groundbreaking documentary that promises to bring the plight of factory-farmed animals to the public in a manner they can’t ignore.

According to Producer, Miles Aaron Shan:

To all of the animal lovers out there, my company is producing a new documentary called FARMING HUMANS. Normally we seek money from the networks but they’re afraid of this documentary. They don’t want the public to know what’s going on behind locked barn doors. They don’t want you to see the slaughter, especially when their main advertisers are companies like Walmart, which buy their meat from these companies that are torturing farm animals. Since the networks are scared we’ve had to look for private investment and crowd funding. Simone Reyes, a well known animal activist, has agreed to host and Naomi Hiltz will be directing. Please support FARMING HUMANS. I know together we can make a difference.

The basic idea of the documentary is we’re taking 12 volunteers and for 10 ten days they’ll be treated to similar conditions barn animals are treated since their birth. We won’t be physically hurting them but they’ll big in cages built for humans, they cage will be their washroom, bed and where they puke. They’ll be divided in to three groups: chickens, cows and pigs.

They’ll be eating extremely high fat diets. They’ll wear next to nothing and be sleeping in a barn where temperatures will range. We’ll pipe in the sounds of animals being killed and projects images of animals being killed on the barn yard walls. We will also pipe in the smell of dead animals. Each volunteer will have a video camera to record their personal thoughts. The show will be hosted by top animal rights activist Simone Reyes and directed by SEX, FAME & MURDER: THE LUKA MAGNOTTA STORY (on AE NETWORKS) Naomi Hiltz. The doc is a Hiltz Squared Production.

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Last modified on April 30, 2014

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2 Responses to “Farming Humans”

  1. june lay Says:

    I agree, now is the time we can spread the awareness and knowledge of atrocities we humans perpetuate on other sentient beings. Just because we can does not mean we should. We do not own other animals to do as we please. We now can and need to change.

  2. David Says:

    I have always advised people to speak true to the animals suffering not to the distorted emotional human defence of such things…. so this is great. Well done,

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