Added by on 2017-06-15

You can stay in wonderland or you can see just how deep the rabbit hole goes? Taking the incredible popularity of the 1999 worldwide smash hit cult film ‘The Matrix’; This cleverly designed and very well thought out video uses the theme of the movie to educate people about industrialized commercial factory farming; and how the practice of it, is not only cruel and horrific to the animals who are the reason for it, but also to the environment as well. It is the second video in a series of videos about this topic using the matrix premise. This video was produced by Sustainable Table and Free Range Studios. For more information about their important work and healthy humane eating. Please visit the Sustainable Table website at www.sustainabletable.org and the Eat Well Guide www.eatwellguide.org To find out more and to watch and sign up for additional videos please visit the official website at www.themeatrix.com To read more about factory farming operations and articles on vegetarianism please visit my blog on my profile. This video was uploaded with permission from Dawn Brighid – The Meatrix Coordinator. Thank You Video Rating: / 5 As construction begins on his new workshop, Pa Mac demonstrates how to begin building a pole barn type structure. Be sure and subscribe to the Farm Hand’s Companion channel to keep up with the progress as Pa Mac takes an undeveloped piece of property and turns it into a small subsistence farm. Watch for new episodes regularly. (As long as Pa Mac’s alive and kicking, he’s most assuredly farming and filming!) Also visit http://www.farmhandscompanion.com to find articles, posts, photographs, and encouragement for today’s self-sufficient farm. Related PostsMadison Park’s Video On Factory Farming, “Opus One”6 Laws of Plant Growth That You Must Know and FollowCommercial Level Hydroponic Vertical Farming Factory […]

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40 Comments

  • Sooty Sine 5 months ago

    Orrrrr go vegan?

  • Darkest Artist 5 months ago

    This makes factory farming like a cartoon I like it :3

  • Ken Burns 5 months ago

    Utvara1 your comments are pretty stupid but you did make them 3 yrs ago…Have you gotten any smarter since then?

  • Ken Burns 5 months ago

    Small family farms cause more harm to the environment anyways…only solution is go Vegan.

  • Ken Burns 5 months ago

    Or you just go vegan and say no to slavery.

  • Vegan M 5 months ago

    Abuse happens on small farms. And after milking dairy cows and having chickens lay eggs until they are practically dead they send them to slaughter.

  • Michael Herr 5 months ago

    Nice you gave the chicken boobs did you give her a hormone shot for that haha you bumdasses are sending a double message

  • GirlNamedCake 5 months ago

    Im sorry little piggy that I just ate.:(

  • countrybabe561 5 months ago

    @emmijadeable eh. wanna be

  • countrybabe561 5 months ago

    @emmijadeable Yup! MY Farm!!!! 😛 Uneducated, useless city slickers.

  • countrybabe561 5 months ago

    I love how not even half of this shit is true. LOL!

  • Damien markus 5 months ago

    Go Vegan. Less demand, less needless suffering of the innocent. Logic.

  • Damien markus 5 months ago

    @caseihist Well i think maybe it would be better to cut out meat and dairy altogether? Then maybe us as a nation could recover from this crap.

  • countrybabe561 5 months ago

    Every day, thousands of plants are killed by vegetarians. Please help stop this brutal violence. lol 😀

  • sunkeshri 5 months ago

    @hkymatt did you ask god if you can cage an animal throughout their life in miserable conditions? everyone has seen the ugly scene at commercial dairy factories. let alone grazing grasses, a cow dont even see natural light and natural soil inside there. reality is reality, we can't run away from our responsibilty, as human is smarter than a cow, so can we improve our behaviour towards them, that's the question. To change for good, it depends on us as they say what goes around comes around.

  • Valla Lord Shannon 5 months ago

    @hkymatt A VERY good point.

  • Valla Lord Shannon 5 months ago

    0:24 If the label says "Free Range" or "fed Whole Grains" or anything like that, that doesn't mean it's true.

  • utvara1 5 months ago

    @MordyAndKittyNetwork chickpeas are 10-20% protein so as a main source of protein they are a stupid choice considering how much carbs they will have. Most meat is cca 30-40% protein so wtf are u talking bout?!? Maybe you are losing fat cuz you were a lardass but that doesn't mean that you AINT losing muscle, retard, unles you have BF and weight you cant know yourself.

  • utvara1 5 months ago

    @MordyAndKittyNetwork The main nutritional difference between vegetarian and normal diet is the lack of PROTEIN you retard, plants have enough fat. The lack of protein makes your body consume its muscle fibers with a state of catabolism. Vegetarian ain't healthy: human metabolism requires a huge amount of protein, zinc and other nutrients. You can console yourself that its and fat your losing and that its cool and right cuz some hollywood fucks and doing it also… but that's weak, and losing!

  • utvara1 5 months ago

    @MordyAndKittyNetwork

    that 'whatever' that is in meat is called PROTEIN, and that's why you are losing (muscle) weight, retard.

  • Egor patula 5 months ago

    Im sure you can build it too guys. Just look for woodprix page

  • Lance Sheppard {Little River Lawn Care} 5 months ago

    hey Pa Mac what was the height and average diameter of them cedars used? I'm really debating on building a shop similar to yours

  • san379 5 months ago

    NOT EVEN A FOOT INTO THE GROUND? AND THE BOTTOM OF THE POST WAS CHOPPED SMALLER… WHY?..

  • Jeff Swal 5 months ago

    I haven't watched the whole video yet, but gave you a thumbs up just for the intro! Classic stuff 🙂

  • Tim Caudill 5 months ago

    have you ever found any arrow head doing this stuff?

  • basilg78 5 months ago

    Very much enjoyed your witty humor and wisdom… great video. Can't wait to watch more!

  • Urban Fleming 5 months ago

    Pa Mac,

    Do you know the specific type of Cedar trees you used? Also, what was the average diameter?

    You Rock,

    Urban

  • evcrawfish 5 months ago

    i have the same exact tractor,, diesel too,,,lol

  • Vincent Formosa 5 months ago

    Planning to build pole barn on homestead in Virginia and your video re-enforced my confidence level…. Thanks it was well done…

  • Luis Salazar 5 months ago

    I love your patience, and ideas.

  • Chris Leonard 5 months ago

    i watched all your pole barn episodes, needed to come back and subscribe. you my friend, are an amazing craftsman! highly impressive!

  • Mr1SUPERdoodle 5 months ago

    I LIKE YOUR VIDEOS, BUT JUST ONE THING, YOU TALK TO MUCH

  • DBA John Allen-Somerville 5 months ago

    Most excellent and easy to follow. Did you have to get a permit to build, etc.?

  • Nikki The Fox 5 months ago

    I didn't know legit farmers existed XD

  • kabiblehopper123 5 months ago

    intro had me sold

  • Perma Pen 5 months ago

    You mean Pythagorus is actually useful? They kept that one quiet in school!

  • samuski36 5 months ago

    I love the outro, just brilliant! Love the way you make these videos!

  • barkershill 5 months ago

    I love the music and I love you

  • Jane Overton 5 months ago

    Thanks for sharing. The videos help. I am wondering if you dry the logs for a year or anything to cure tgem.

  • Noah Patterson 5 months ago

    Love the info. My wife and I are very insired by this.