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Despite never being a farmer, throughout my life I have had enough experience to know how farm animals usually get treated, right down to having taken part in branding and neutering, as well as feeding and cleaning - enough family and friends were agricultural to clearly show how farm animals usually get treated. The stuff in the video I linked is not normal, and it proves that no matter how pretty a face you put on things all may not be well behind the scenes. Coca Cola blew it with this one, they got busted BIG TIME. There's a lesson to be learned from this - at least when it comes to the calves you should not have heartless druggies and crack heads take care of them. The video is AWFUL and will probably get banned from Youtube in the name of "hate", it is already restricted. There's no way it should be restricted. This kind of truth needs to be put out there no matter what corporate sponsor takes the rap.

There's a good example of Youtube and the American media being absolute crap in hiding "sensitive images" from the public - A few months ago some people in Mexico were stealing gas from a ruptured pipeline and it all caught fire. People were running across a field on fire, and not just a few, there were LOTS. It was an apocalyptic scene. And Mex media did not cover it up, instead they said "This is what can happen if you steal gas, let this be a lesson to those who are cutting into the pipelines to steal it." And they aired it over and over again, complete with the aftermath with people no longer on fire, but with their clothes burned off and skin missing, basically walking dead. That aired on national television repeatedly, and even now they sometimes show it. You'd never see that on American TV


Youtube's restricting of this coca-cola video where calves in Coca-cola's dairy division are treated in a manner that there is no excuse for and downright horrific, is a prime example of how Youtube is way out of bounds with what they restrict. You ought to watch that video. If that dairy company bites it over that video, it would be well deserved and would stand as an example for the rest of the industry to at least have a gram of respect for how they treat their animals. From what I have seen, this video is an unusual case, most farmers are not total a-holes.

Jim Stone

Watch the video at VIMEO -- wthout any restrictions -- here:

Watch the video at YouTube --with age restriction control that you will have to login to watch:

Private Viewing Link if both the above are pulled:

Note: "Read the comments at both YouTube and VIMEO, to get a general sense of the overall public response."


Video Caption Reads:

Today the largest undercover dairy investigation in history is being released with video evidence documenting systemic and illegal abuse at Fair Oaks Farm in Fair Oaks, Indiana.


Fair Oaks Farms is one of the largest dairies in the U.S. and produces dairy products for the Fairlife milk brand - which is produced, marketed and distributed by the Coca-Cola Corporation.


Undercover investigators for Animal Recovery Mission (ARM) have confirmed that male calves from Fair Oaks Farms are in fact transported to veal farms (Midwest Veal and Calf Start), despite the corporation's claims that it does not send its male calves to veal farms.


The following abuses were witnessed on virtually a daily basis:

Employees were observed slapping, kicking, punching, pushing, throwing and slamming calves; calves were stabbed and beaten with steel rebars, hit in the mouth and face with hard plastic milking bottles, kneed in the spine, burned in the face with hot branding irons, subjected to extreme temperatures, provided with improper nutrition, and denied medical attention. This resulted in extreme pain and suffering by the calves, and in some cases permanent injury and even death.


In addition, the ARM investigator captured footage of drug use and illegal marijuana cultivation by Fair Oaks employees and supervisors.


Animal Recovery Mission calls on the Coca-Cola Corporation, which claims to have a progressive stance on animal welfare, to end their relationship with Fairlife Corporation and cut their ties with the veal industry.

Response to video from Fairlife Corporation