Often, I am presented when making my arguments that my source is bias. I can understand in this age of information overload and misinformation doubting information that seems bias. This is where factcheckers are very useful.
I found an article on thoughtco.com which is both least bias and very high factual reporting.
These sources have minimal bias and use very few loaded words (wording that attempts to influence an audience by using appeal to emotion or stereotypes). The reporting is factual and usually sourced. These are the most credible media sources. See all Least Biased Sources.
Factual Reporting: VERY HIGH
Notes: ThoughtCo is an educational website that answers questions on a large list of topics that range from science, history, religion and current issues. "
Now people who doubt the existence of factory farming will have one less weapon in their arsenal. Doubters will no longer be able to hide behind the "your source is bias, therefore I do not believe you."
"Factory farming is the modern practice of raising animals for food in extreme confinement, in order to maximize profits. In addition to intense confinement, abuses usually associated with factory farming include massive doses of hormones and antibiotics, battery cages, debeaking, tail docking, gestation crates, and veal crates. The animals spend their entire lives in these miserable conditions until they are slaughtered. Their suffering is unimaginable."
I feel better myself. I guess I had some level of doubt still that factory farming existed and that I was accidentally spreading a falsehood. I am very grateful to 30bananasaday and many other vegan advocates for raising awareness to this unethical, institutionalized, and systemic abuse of animals.