Win a Free Copy of Daniel Imhoff's "CAFO: The Tragedy of Industrial Animal Factories" Book

Jun 15, 2011
Exec. Prod. of Franchises & Series. He previously reported for HuffPost, L.A. Daily Journal, and Biloxi Sun-Herald.

Today, we’re giving away a signed copy of Daniel Imhoff’s CAFO: The Tragedy of Industrial Animal Factories, a stark, sobering study of Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (or “CAFOs”).

This handsomely designed coffee table book contains hundreds of powerful photos, as well as more than 30 essays from leading thinkers like Michael Pollan, Wendell Berry, Wenonah Hauter, Fred Kirschenmann, Anna Lappé, Eric Schlosser, and Matthew Scully.

Imhoff’s unflinching portrait of industrial livestock production belongs in the library of anyone passionate about animal rights, food reform, the state of the environment, and the future of consumerism.

So what do you have to do to win? It's simple: Leave a comment below answering the question:

Have you personally changed your eating habits to avoid meat from CAFOs?

The contest ends at 5 p.m. Pacific Time, Wednesday 6/15. There's no right answer. We'll choose one comment at random to win the free signed copy of the CAFO coffee table book, and the accompanying reader (also signed). And we'll ship it off at no cost to you. 

Click here for full contest rules and conditions.

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