Lisa Ling visited the Timmerman Feedlot in Colorado to get a glimpse of how cattle in the US is harvested solely for the purpose of supplying food demands in this country. The report was done for Oprah and took Lisa Ling inside Cargill, the largest producer of ground beef on earth.

The video is certainly not for all eyes (and especially not for those with a weak stomach) as you will see cattle grouped, skinned, cut, and trimmed for meat consumption.

What’s interesting is that the Cargill’s facility incorporates a sort of winding maze to calm the cattle down before slaughter. I had no idea that that would even work like that, but according to them, it certainly does make them less antsy. After watching this video though, it’s hard not to feel sorry for these animals.

Watch the video here.