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Unseen – A look into the final hours of life for pigs from Smithfield

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Unseen: A look into the final hours of life for pigs from Smithfield. A powerful, new mini-documentary follows pigs on a 700 mile journey from a @SmithfieldFoods farm in the Utah desert to a California slaughterhouse. It captures their brutal final moments and exposes how diseases in factory farms spread across the country. Created by Raven Deerbrook.

WARNING: Contains some graphic footage that some viewers may find upsetting. A warning will come up before the footage begins. Sign to help stop Smithfield from torturing animals: Smithfield Foods: Follow Raven's channel, Restless Doe:

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