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Animal-Rights Activists Are Using VR to Fight Factory Farms
Organizations are using the technology to depict conditions livestock endure.
The Farmer Who Filmed Suffering Perdue Chickens Is on the Verge of Being Shut
Craig Watts’s chickens have sores, are overheated, and have a comparatively high mortality rate.
Perdue Chicken Will Remove ‘Humanely Raised’ From Its Label to
The Humane Society had claimed it “slapped stickers on,” hoping consumers “won’t know the difference.”
Perdue Says It’s Finally Stopped Injecting Chicken Eggs With Human
Jim Perdue says “it’s the culmination of a lot, a lot of effort.”
Someone Made a Virtual Reality Environment to Help Factory-Farmed Chickens Think
There’s nobody here but us virtual chickens.
New Laws Turn Animal Abuse-Exposing Activists Into ‘Terrorists’
Those who seek to end animal suffering are now the target of the law.
First Look: Who Feels Anthony Bourdain’s Wrath in His New Book,
Now that he’s softened up to Emeril, who is Anthony Bourdain ranting about in his follow-up to Kitchen Confidential? A first look.
Bourdain to Safran Foer: ‘I Will Shoot an Animal in the Head and Eat
Plus, Ripert and Bourdain on salt, cupcakes, and the macaroni and cheese at KFC.
Jonathan Safran Foer Is ‘Disappointed’ in Anthony Bourdain
The author of ‘Eating Animals’ says Bourdain isn’t preaching in public what he preaches in private.
Barber, Pollan Get Behind Latest Locavore Flick
A new film brings farmer-minded dinners, a panel discussion, and of course a “call to action.”
The KFC-Oprah Fustercluck: Day Two
The madness continues.
For Your Health
Will Swine Flu Finally Kill the Pork-Belly Trend?
How are farmers and local restaurants being affected by “pork panic”?