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Screening of ‘American Meat’ in NYC

Robin McConaughy

Robin McConaughy

This Friday and Saturday, there will be a screening of the movie ‘American Meat’ in New York at Cinema Village (22 East 12th St, NY, NY), which features none other than Jon McConaughy! He is one of several farmers who share their approach to finding a sustainable solution to raising livestock within today’s meat industry.

[cvm_video id=”1169″]American Meat Trailer

On Saturday, Jon will be speaking on a panel after the screening in NYC along with several other farmers who have started livestock operations. The panel will be discussing the surprises and challenges of getting a successful livestock business off the ground. Joining the panel is the film’s director, Graham Meriwether.

If you cannot make this weekend in the city, but still want to see the film, please follow this link for additional screenings.

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