- Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall objects to factory farming (April 2013)
- PositiveTV interview with Tracy Worcester (February 2013)
- Wir haben es satt – We’ve had enough (January 2013)
- Sir Roger Moore Condemns Factory Pig Farming (September 2012)
- Oxford Brooke’s University presentation (March 2012)
- Oxfordshire Farming Conference Presentation (January 2012)
- Public Meeting to Oppose Factory Pig Farm at Foston (September 2011)
- Dominic West Opposes Factory Pig Farm (June 2011)
- The Dark Side of Factory Farming (June 2011)
- Presentations & Panel Discussion, Capitol Hill (March 2011)
- FOX 5 NEWS interview with Tracy Worcester (March 2011)
- Presentations & Debate, EU Parliament (February 2011)
- Sky News interview, Leslie Ash on Pig Business (February 2011)
- ideaCity 2010 Presentation (June 2010)
- Pig Business at the House of Commons (January 2010)
In this four minute clip, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall talks to Farms Not Factories about the intensification of meat production.
Tracy Worcester talks about factory farming for PositiveTV
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PositiveTV – Tracy Worcester [32min]
Anti factory farming march, Berlin, January 2013
Sir Roger Moore talks to Tracy Worcester about her film Pig Business and the harm that factory pig farming causes human health, the environment, local livelihoods and the mistreated, overcrowded animals.
Tracy Worcester talks about factory farming at Oxford Brookes University
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Oxford Brookes Presentation.mp3 [45min, 15mb]
As the decision whether to allow the Foston mega pig farm to go ahead approaches, Tracy Worcester describes the skewed politics and economics behind what would be an ecological disaster.
An exceptional turnout of people gathered in Burton on Trent town hall on Thursday 23rd June to attend the film screening and public debate on the proposed plans to build a giant pig farm in the village of Foston (application CW9/0311/174). The meeting was jointly organised by Pig Business and The Soil Association, the UK’s leading charity campaigning for planet-friendly food and farming.
On Wednesday 15th June we visited the proposed Foston factory farm site with actor Dominic West, star of TV police drama The Wire and anti mega-farm activist.
Watch our short film that summarises the impacts of the overuse of antibiotics and antimicrobials in factory farming and the potential consequences for human health.
Pig Business and the Center for Food Safety co-hosted a first U.S. screening and panel discussion in collaboration with Congressman Dennis Kucinich (D-OH) at the Capitol Visitors Center, Washington D.C., 9th March 2011.
This interview followed the US premier of Pig Business on Capitol Hill, Washington D.C. 9th March.
On February 9th 2011, Pig Business organised a screening and debate at the EU Parliament with the aim of informing politicians, commissioners, councillors and their advisers about the negative impacts of industrial farming on people, pigs and the planet with suggested solutions.
ideaCity, also known as ‘Canada’s Premiere Meeting of the Minds’, is an eclectic gathering of artists, adventurers, authors, cosmologists, doctors, designers, entertainers, filmmakers, inventors, magicians, musicians, scientists and technologists.
Tracy Worcester and Zac Goldsmith introduce Pig Business to the House of Commons. After this event, over 100 MPs signed the proposed Early Day Motion (No.562) on ‘Pig Welfare’.