Why animal farms are making us sick

Animals and the environment are linked together.

They are both important, but they are also separate.

And in some cases, animals suffer for the wrong reasons.

According to a new study, it turns out that animals are also at fault when they end up on factory farms.

In fact, it’s quite possible that the problems they are suffering are the result of their own actions, not their owners.

That’s according to the authors of a new book, The Factory Connection, a work that draws on scientific research, as well as interviews with animal activists, academics, veterinarians, and other experts.

It’s called The Factory Condition, because it focuses on the connection between factory farming, animal abuse, and the diseases and illnesses they produce.

It’s also been published by Oxford University Press, which has partnered with Animal Liberation to produce the book, and is releasing it on July 5.

The research was based on a study of the health and welfare of a group of factory farm workers who were subjected to forced labor, in an industrial farm in California, USA.

The workers were exposed to the chemical chlorpyrifos and other chemicals and used as food processors and animal feed.

Researchers tracked them for six months and found that more than 40 percent of the workers developed food-borne illness, including pneumonia, diarrhoea, and severe respiratory problems, the authors wrote.

Some of the more serious cases were related to stress.

Another study showed that some workers suffered heart attacks and other heart problems from being exposed to chemicals.

The researchers found that workers in factory farms in China who were exposed for longer periods had higher rates of heart disease.

But the authors also found that the workers who worked at the factory farm that the study was based upon were more likely to suffer from other problems, such as depression, and that they were more frequently exposed to other harmful chemicals.

The researchers identified a number of other problems in the workers’ health and the factory farms they worked in.

They also found high rates of foodborne illness in the people who were most at risk of suffering health problems.

The people most likely to be affected by these problems were the ones who were the least educated.

The findings were consistent with a number the researchers had previously published, including a study that showed factory farm work causes more than 100,000 deaths a year.

“The study found that people who are factory farmworkers are more likely than the general population to suffer severe illnesses and to have heart disease, diabetes, and depression,” the authors write.

“Factory farm workers are more often than not exposed to toxic chemicals in factory farming.”

The authors say this is likely because the factory farming industry is one of the worst in the world for animals and the environmental impact is just as bad.

However, it may also be because of a culture that encourages animal cruelty and is connected to the use of chemicals to make meat, milk, and eggs.

This is why animal rights groups like the Humane Society and the Humane League have been pushing to get the government to ban the use or sale of these chemicals.

It’s also why many countries around the world, including Australia, have banned the use and sale of chemicals like DDT and PCBs in agriculture.