Documentary Viewing: Factory vs Family Farms

Missouri Rural Crisis Center and the Unitarian Universalist Church of Columbia are holding a 10th anniversary re-release screening of Farming Was My Life: The Hidden Costs of CAFOs.

This moving and thought-provoking documentary depicts the negative impacts of factory farms on the lives of farm families, their communities and the environment, and generates a critical dialogue about the future of agriculture and the food we all eat.

If you care about how your food is raised—and the economic, environmental and health impacts of industrial agriculture—then you will want to join us for this film!

Dinner starts at 6 PM and the film starts at 6:30 PM. The documentary will last 40 minutes and will be followed with a panel discussion and ways you can get involved and take action.

RSVP by clicking here, calling MRCC at (573) 449-1336 or emailing


3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. InalienableWrightsi
    May 17, 2017 @ 12:09:47

    The banksters already control your energy supplies. Both for you home and for your vehicles. Likely your water supply, and most of your food supply….

    This is the globalists control freaks continuing to exert their control over our food. The last thing in the world the globalists want is local food self sufficiency.


  2. truthfarmer
    May 17, 2017 @ 12:56:18

    They have largely co-opted the farmers markets as well. Via the certification and regulatory processes. The USDA implemented “Know Your Farmer” and got their hooks into the FM’s thereby looking as though they support local direct food sales, but actually controlling the exchanges at the same time.

    Food is the ultimate control method. Control the land, control the food, control the people.


    • InalienableWrights
      May 17, 2017 @ 16:40:44

      We should start making “farmers markets” members only events and sales. That means to that any Federal, State, or County storm trooper is going to need a warrant to even come into your event.

      Who is with me for doing something?
      I mean it’s almost too late, we are about to go off the cliff rights wise….
      Don’t you think it is about darn time to do something?


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