Food Curated Takes an Intense, Up-Close Look at Animal Slaughter

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Liza de Guia has posted the second part of Food Curated's two-part series (the first is here) on small slaughterhouses in New York state. In it, we see the process that the crew at Larry's Custom Meats uses to break down several whole animals. Watching the animals die and get bled certainly isn't easy, but it's a terrific counterpoint to the industrial-slaughterhouse horror stories that we're used to hearing. The video is also a powerful reminder that, yes, the business of killing animals is a tough one, but it can be done with humanity and respect. Watch it below, but be warned that the images are graphic.

CADE (Part 2): The Good Slaughter: A Proud Meat Cutter Shares His Processing Floor [Food Curated]