Anybody see this documentary? I’ve been told it’s a must-see for me. Let me know what you think!
This looks really interesting.
Just rented this one from iTunes last night! It’s really fascinating to learn about what percentages of corn go towards which industries (mostly to sugary beverages, no surprise there). It did focus a lot on how farming has changed from family farms to industrial farming, due to the changes in subsidies law in the 70s, and even elaborated on why feeding our cattle corn is bad for them. But it’s impossible to cover all the problems with today’s agriculture in one documentary!
From iTunes, eh? That’s what I should do. Thanks for your assessment of the movie, Avril!
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