The Truth About The Dairy Industry In 5 Minutes

Contrary to popular belief, ignorance is NOT bliss. If you’re still buying conventional milk from large-scale dairy farms, it’s time for a massive dose of reality.

The Truth About The Dairy Industry In 5 MinutesGot Milk? We sure hope not. Why?

Well, not only is milk unnecessary for health and well-being (even Harvard scientists agree with this), it is a product more-than-likely sourced from a very cruel and unethical industry.

As activist Erin Janus blatantly points out in the video below, most people would not support the dairy industry if they knew how the beverage is produced.

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From dairy cows being raped and impregnated over and over to the horrifying reality of the veal business, it’s clear to anyone with their eyes open that something is wrong with the industry.

Hard realization must be learned for change to take place. Some more facts on the unethical dairy industry follow:

  • Dairy cows are kept almost continually pregnant in order to maximize their production of milk. Calves are separated from their mothers within 12 – 24 hours of birth and most are trucked to slaughter from just 5 days old. Around 700,000 ‘bobby calves’ (mostly males) are killed every year as waste products of the dairy industry. These young, vulnerable animals can legally be deprived of food for up to 30 hours during this journey to slaughter.
  • Mother cows are milked twice a day and the use of machine pumps can contribute to painful mastitis. Before long, she is artificially impregnated again, carrying another calf to term, only for the same cruel cycle to be repeated.
  • Cows can expect to live up to 20 years. Dairy cows used in the milk industry though are regarded as ‘spent’ after just 6 or 7 years and are sent to slaughter – their years of pain and sacrifice not sparing them this premature end.

Fortunately, many tasty and healthy plant-based ‘milks’ are now available on the market or can be made in the comfort of your own home.

From hemp and coconut to almond and soy, plant-based, creamy beverages can fill the dairy ‘void’ in your home and help you live a longer, healthier life.

See also: Cow Milk Without the Cow Is Coming to Change Food Forever


The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the authors/source and do not necessarily reflect the position of CSGLOBE or its staff.

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