At the Fork

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Nanette Maltese says:

Great! This was excellent. I couldn’t watch parts of it, and I was angry in parts, but I think this is the most balanced presentation of the issue of farming animals that I think I have ever seen. I have the highest level of respect for the farmers that see the importance of raising and maintaining animals in a compassionate manner, and some of the ones that were less so admitted that they had to “turn their brains off”. The transparency was appreciated. It always grates against me when people…

Pete S. says:

Better than any Spielberg flick Ok, at the first “sanctuary” in Cali, I thought, ok, so what about protecting the plants? They are living creatures with emotions, too?The filmmaker is pretty awesome. However, for this film, “Food Inc,” and others of the same ilk, including Supersize Me, I would be more impressed to see a movie that went on to demonstrate how we who love proteins can cultivate our own sustainability on an acre or less. Show me how to build and maintain a chicken coop with egg…

Marilyn J. Crayton says:

Helps to make food decisions Great documentary that just states the facts and lets the viewer make their own decision about what to eat. It was an eye opener for the guy in the house, for me it reconfirmed what I already thought

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