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Grandin implores agriculture to tell its story
Farmers who film parodies of popular songs showing what they do on the farm and then post the videos on such sites as YouTube, Grandin said, go a long way in showing what farmers do. Slaughter houses should install live internet cameras for the world to judge their work for themselves, she said.
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