What really struck me as strange was how oblivious or null minded Mr. and Mrs. Fox were. I mean I'm probably wrong when in saying this because they probably know exactly what they are doing. My guess is that they work for a company of some sort that is a big chicken producer and they are acting like everything is okay between the chickens. Perhaps the real reason that chickens can be treated this way is because of the laws about having chickens state nothing about how much space each chicken needs. It just says that they should be able to roam around an enclosed area. Nevertheless, Mr. and Mrs. Fox both act as if they know nothing of what is going on that is wrong, and they do know that what they are doing isn't the best for the chickens. I think there could be some rules set that can help the chickens a little bit but who knows what that will do to food production for us. The U.S. has no laws that help farm animals while they are on farms(factory farms). This makes it so that the factory farmers can basically do whatever they want with the way they raise their animals. If I was to do a review on this film, I would talk about how the director included a lot about pesticides and kept hitting on it throughout the whole movie. With the pesticides, he talked about how the industrial food that the world is living on right now is not sustainable. Something that i thought was missing from this movie was the other side of the argument. There was barely any if any at all about what the opposing side of this issue thought. Honestly there isn't much of anything that I relate to in this film. I have never lived on a farm, I have never looked into the production of meats or anything, and I haven't really ever taken into consideration the effects of organic or industrial.
Something that I dug into a little deeper was the laws that are set in place by the government in order to protect industrial farm animals. The percentage of farm animals that have protection under federal laws is 5%. This shows that there is not much at all that is out there to protect them. The state laws are the only thing that can protect them if the federal laws are this lenient. So as you can tell, farm animals don't have too much protection under at all under the federal laws and some farm animals don't have anything protecting them. One that doesn't have any protection is the chicken. That's a pretty wild stat if you think about it.