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From Nicole Kidman to Zac Efron, celebrities have been promoting eating insects for years. But why?


Roman Balmakov investigates the rapidly changing landscape of our global food source - the farming industry. Will dinner tables of crickets and worms become our new reality

Our Goal
Farmers are the backbone of our food system and they are being squeezed. Their personal experiences and perspectives matter. And we want to share their voices.

People don’t realize what’s fixing to hit them. They think it’s tough right now. You give it until October; food prices are going to double [because of regulations impacting farmers].

Lynn "Bugsy" Allen,

Texas Farmer

I can’t run a farm on 5 percent. For me, it’s over and done with ... in view of the regulations, I can’t sell it to anybody. Nobody wants to buy it. [But] the government wants to buy it. And that’s why they [have] those regulations, I think.

Martin Neppelenbroek, Netherlands Farmer

[The Irish government’s climate plan would cause] “significantly reduced production” and potentially “devastate the farming sector in Ireland."

Tim Cullinan,
Irish Farmers Association President

[Sri Lanka is] now literally on the verge of famine, because they've have massive crop failures [caused by regulations impacting fertilizer use].

Mandy Gunasekara,
Environmental Lawyer

Horse and cows on an alpine meadow

“It’s not a war on farming; it’s a war on small farming and independent farmers, it’s a war in support of elite, large-scale agricultural industries.”

Sterling Burnett,  

Leads Heartland Institute’s Arthur B. Robinson Center on Climate and Environmental Policy

The Production

From The Netherlands to Sri Lanka and California - our team has been interviewing farmers and industry experts. When you support our production, you help us expose their truthful experiences and perspectives.






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The world premiere of the documentary "No Farmers, No Food" took place during the Stop 30x30 Summit in Irving, Texas, on September 23rd. Following the film's debut, a panel discussion was held, engaging with the 200 attendees. During this panel, we delved into the film's themes, explored the broader implications of the global agenda it addresses, and brainstormed practical steps that American farmers and ranchers can take to protect their livelihoods and families.