The Untold Story
Reality of Dairy Farms
Most cows used for dairy production are confined in factory farms.
Life of a Dairy Cow
Cows are social animals, forming strong bonds with their calves. Yet, in factory farms, they're separated just days after birth.
The Emotional Toll
Cows often cry out for days when separated from their calves.
Cows are forced to produce 10 times more milk than they would naturally.
While cows can live up to 20 years, most dairy cows are killed after 4 or 5 years.
Beef Cattle's Plight
Beef cattle are often raised in crowded feedlots, standing knee-deep in mud and manure.
Factory farming of cows contributes to water pollution, deforestation, and greenhouse gas emissions.
Cows are given antibiotics and hormones, which can end up in the milk and meat we consume.
Cows undergo painful procedures like dehorning, branding, and tail docking without anesthesia.
Cows are transported without food or water, often in extreme temperatures.
Many cows face a terrifying and painful death in slaughterhouses.
Alternative: Grass-Fed Beef
Grass-fed cows live more natural lives, but they still face slaughter.
Many people choose veganism to avoid contributing to the suffering of animals.
Health Benefits of Veganism
A vegan diet can reduce the risk of many diseases and improve overall health.