I finally watched it.
And then I read the American Agriwomen's response.
And in a facebook conversation about the movie and article I read, I was asked, "How do you know what to believe?"
Here is my reply:
I know what you mean. There's info coming from
everywhere. I feel comfortable in my beliefs and choices because I've
seen many parts of the "food system" firsthand. I've met many of
farmers and seen their farms, I've met the vets, researchers,
government decision/policy makers, local and national ag leaders, and
the board members from the processing plant where our turkey goes. These
are all real people, who really feed their families the same food that I
do. They are doing what they do because they believe in it, not
because it's a quick way to get rich (trust me, it's NOT.) They make
decisions taking a LOT of things into consideration, but the main goal
is a safe, affordable, abundant food supply. I completely support food
choice - you can buy and feed your family whatever you'd like - but I do
NOT think that our current "food system" is bad.