Killing Fields

the battle to feed factory farms

A hidden chain of destruction stretches from the factory farms in Europe to the forests of South America - where huge soy plantations, grown to feed chickens, cows and pigs in Europe, are wiping out wildlife and making climate change worse.


To make way for soy plantations, thousands of people are being forced from their land. Indigenous people are being evicted and forests are being cleared.

This ground breaking film investigates the impacts of growing soy in South America and shows how small scale farming that is good for people and the environment is losing out to big business of pesticides – poisoning rural communities, water sources and nature.


Meanwhile in Europe small scale farming that is good for people and the environment is losing out to big business.

This ground breaking film investigates the impacts of growing soy in South America to feed factory farms in Europe. Our campaign gives people unwittingly caught up in this damaging chain hope that they can break out of it.

Here we had water, streams, crops, big trees. Now everything is destroyed. I think we, the Kaiowa indigenous people are going to die, our race is going to end here 

Getulio De Oliveira, Leader of the Guarani Kaiowa people, Brazil