I was a female undercover investigator on factory farms
I’m Taylor Radig, and I was an undercover investigator for the national farm animal advocacy group Compassion Over Killing. You may have heard about the investigation I did into the calf ranch, Quanah Cattle Company, in Colorado last year. Working at the facility, I uncovered workers dragging, kicking, throwing and shoving newborn calves. You can see a news story on it here.
This became a national news story because in a strange twist of fate, after bringing the footage to local law enforcement, the Sheriff’s Office retaliated by charging me with animal cruelty for not reporting the abuse in a timely manner(even though it would’ve compromised the investigation to give it over earlier). Thankfully, my charge was dropped and millions of people were made aware of the common place abuses in factory farms around the country. Months later I was recognized as the Whistleblower of the Year by Whistleblower Insider.
I look forward to answering your questions. Please, ask away!
Proof: picture, and see articles above.