Film & Media

The Pig Business series

The Pig Business series of films investigate the rise of factory pig farming. This farming system threatens human health through dangerous overuse of antibiotics, wrecks rural economies and communities, pollutes the environment and abuses animals. The resulting profits line the pockets of just a handful of massive corporations and their powerful lobbyists, putting local farmers out of business.

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Country-specific versions of Pig Business

Since the making of Pig Business, Farms Not Factories has been asked by local campaigners to shed light on factory farming cases in other countries around the world. So far, new films have been produced in Canada, Chile, Ecuador, Germany, Hungary, Romania and USA. These country-specific versions of Pig Business include new footage and focus on specific stories and case studies from the country, or countries involved.

Pig Business in Chile

Pig Business in Chile is the latest film in the Pig Business series. This film tells the story of the residents of Freirina, Chile, who fought the corporate giant AGROSUPER and succeeded in shutting down the largest factory pig farm in the world.

Pig Business in Chile is also available to watch in Latin-American Spanish here »

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The Dark Side of Factory Farming

The Dark Side of Factory Farming is a short film summarising the impacts of the overuse of antibiotics and antimicrobials in factory farming systems and the potential consequences for human health.

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Events & demonstrations

Farms Not Factories has recorded video footage from anti factory farming events and demonstrations all over the world.

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Presentations & interviews

Presentations and interviews from supporters of the campaign.

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