10 Billion Lives is a North American Tour campaign hoping to change your dietary habits, ethics, and our collective treatment of animals by offering $1.00 to view a 4-minute video clip showing the inconvenient truth about animal slaughter, animal cruelty, as well as the shocking images of how these animals are treated like so many potato chips.
They’re changing hearts, minds, and diets one viewer at a time! The organization seeks your donations, claiming for every $5 they’re able to get 4 people to pledge to at least reduce their meat consumption–sometimes to totally eliminate it from their diet.
According to USDA reports, nearly 10 billion land animals are raised and killed every year for food in the U.S. alone. Farm Animal Rights Movement (FARM), is bringing this injustice to the country’s attention by showing the hard-hitting 10 Billion Lives video at college campuses, music festivals and street fairs.
Our dedicated staff and volunteers offer passersby $1 to watch the video – an outreach method known as “pay-per-view.” After watching, viewers are encouraged to decrease consumption of animals and work towards a vegan diet. The results speak for themselves – more than 80% of viewers commit to eating fewer animal products!
The following video contains shocking images of animal slaughter, cruelty, and violence:
Some students have campaigned to stop using cats etc. for dissection. One needs to eat lots of nuts, seeds, beans, veggies, fruit and whole grains. Junk food won’t cut it on a vegan diet (and really doesn’t on a meat diet either). Heart disease and cancer are absolutely related, according to scientific research, to a meat diet. Save your family – at least start by eating less meat!
If you don’t care about the animals, consider: there are over 50 ‘growth factors’ added to milk and current regulations allow 1 eye dropper full per cup of ‘extra-cellular matrix’ (pus from the mastitis infection cows usually have from being attached constantly to milking machines). Antibiotics are used to treat these infections causing bacterial resistance to antibiotics (AB) in humans. AB’s used in animals far exceed that used in humans. Cows’ udders are painfully 4x the size of normal to produce mother’s milk for a different species.