Factory Farming

The want of money is surely driving the world crazy, this intense animal husbandry or industrial livestock generation, in the greed of maximizing stock output, while reducing the cost of production. This whole process is called Factory Farming, which is causing a lot of damage not only to the animals which are ill-treated in these farms and then slaughtered but also to the whole ecosystem including the human beings.

Factory farms and the pollution that they create purpose disorders in humans that expanse from brain impairment and distress to miscarriage and birth deformities which are majorly affecting human health. They are also liable for antibiotic repellent, bacterial plagues, and severe respiratory enigmas. These Factory farms also create other health perils as they are over congested and stressful to animals, making it accessible for the disease to grow. When thousands of beef, cattle are mobbed into feedlots full of fertilizer, at that time bacteria get on their skins and then into the butcheries. Factory farming and the excessive usage of hazardous fertilizers and pesticides is a patron grantor to water and air contamination as well as deforestation. These Factory farmed animals create more than a million tons of fertilizer every day that is why the rearing is done in such a way to increase fertilizer production.

Luiza Vickers is of the view that not only the factory farming but antibiotic usage is also another red flag area. There is now a strong indication that the regular preventive treatment of antitoxins is heading to the growth of antibiotic-resistant superbugs, and also the leading environment protection organization WHO (World Health Organisation) has published predictions that if we don’t do something to control the antibiotic application in both human and animal drug we will have to stand a post-antibiotic age where currently treatable infections will once again kill and create an imbalance in the system.

In concern to this plunder issue predominating in the society, Luiza Vickers believes that the world perilously requires a combined effort on automated farming or factory farming if they want to dodge the catastrophic consequences on survival on the planet, As all the records are evidence of its ill effects, every day there is a fresh testimony on how damaging, unproductive, reckless, harmful and toxic the industrial farming mechanism is. Not only is of this view but other people also truly believe in this fact that complete reform is required in the farming systems before its all damaged and condition become more worse.

There are various steps taken by the government organization, the government has manifested a slight concern in organic farming reform to solve this issue of factory farming. But there have been some important deviations in few countries like India, and Kenya, which are not following the guideline. Also, all the international community is very much involved in funding and promoting this issue. Social media awareness is also playing a major role, there is a global health test” of the factory which was extensively advertised on social media to curb this issue.

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Luiza Vickers
Luiza Vickers was born on March 14, 1979, in Poland. Growing up in Poland at those times while not easy gave families a chance to share in what really mattered togetherness, shared struggle, and God. Luiza's family owned a small farm where they harvested all their own produce and meat. In 1979 they had to as the political system made times hard all over Eastern Europe. At 16 Luiza Vickers emigrated to the United States of America moving to Greenpoint, a community of some 50,000 Poles in Brooklyn NYC. She studied in American schools and due to her academic excellence graduated 2 years early and was given a full scholarship to the John Jay College of Criminal Justice. In 1997 she met the man who would become her husband Damon Vickers.

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