American Factory Farming

Aug. 12, 2013

Article: United States of American Factory Farmers


I care about the proper grammar, punctuation and context of my words and what have you, but at this point in writing my thoughts, I am just going to write as I feel it, as if I was talking with you face to face without the use of written words. So, in that case, I ask for your apologizes for any mistakes in the follow response.      – NAME News.

The American way of life, currently, is ran and dependent on the essential factory worker and their overlords.

From technological mechanics, to our everyday food supply, the American factory worker is one of great loyalty, determination, and pure dedication.

I have had the chance to talk to with both sides of this systematic colony of production from the ground up.

To the workers who have ran the lines, assembling our everyday products from tables and chairs to the toys and water bottles, the constant repetition of robotic ballet, day in and day out, standing on your legs, working the lines and cables to their fullest maximum plays a physical role on a person that deserves true appreciation and gratitude.

With these nationwide busy bees hard at work everyday on the lines of production, comes the actual stores and showcased displays that are presented to the masses all around this country, and even the world.

That new bed set? Crafted by a factory farmer. That new dining set ensemble? Crafted by a factory farmer.

If it was not for the farmers of production on these lines working hard and dedicating themselves day in and day out, working in various situations from climate to atmosphere, our way of life of spend, spend, spend, would not be happening at the levels that are achieved currently.

No farmers, no food.
No factory farmers, no economic future.


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