The Disney-owned Pixar Animation Studios is making an animated feature film about the life of a farm animal farm, its owner said on Tuesday.
The Farm, a project funded by the Animal Enterprise Center, was set to be released in 2019.
The farm, located on a small, private ranch in the heart of California, has been in the making for years, as the Disney film studio has been working on the project for years.
“I’m glad we’re finally here,” Mattias Sorenson, the CEO of the Animal Endowment Center, told Recode during a live video call.
“It’s an honor to be able to announce the film and hope it inspires you to think about the kind of people who live and work in the world, and the kind that care for animals and their wellbeing.”
The Farm’s main character is a cow named Cassy, who has an unusual past.
Her family and other animals are being experimented on on her farm, which is called “the Blueberry Farm.”
Cassy is a member of the Blueberry herd.
The film will follow Cassy and her friends through the years of her life, which she shares with animals that she breeds and sells.
“We’re going to see the impact that this has on people, and they’re going do a lot of good,” Sorenzons chief executive officer said.
The project is a joint effort between the Animal Foundation and the Animal Alliance, which runs the Blueberries.
The Animal Foundation is a nonprofit, and Animal Alliance is an educational and educational non-profit, and it will partner with the Animal Center of America.
The Blueberry farms animals are raised in facilities run by Animal Alliance that are certified as farm-based.
In a statement to Recode, a spokesperson for the Bluebery said the farm will be filmed entirely in a humane manner.
“Animal Endowment, Animal Alliance and the Blueberries Animal Center will take all appropriate steps to ensure that the film captures the unique human experiences of the animals we care for and the unique life experiences of these farm animals,” the statement said.
Cassy’s life is captured on film in the film, and you will also meet a number of animals that live and breed on her ranch, including a donkey named Jax.
The animals are also raised on a variety of other farms, including the one on the farm where Cassy lives.
Capper, the goat, will also make an appearance in the movie.
“The Blueberry farm is like the ultimate family,” Sorenson told Recodes.
“You go through life with this animal that’s your family.
It’s the best thing I’ve ever known.
The movie captures the life that this farm is creating for us.”
The film, which will premiere at a special screening on Feb. 18 at the Animal Education Center’s annual convention, will be accompanied by a special featurette and video interview with Cassy.
Recode is releasing the film ahead of the first screening at the upcoming Animal Enterprise Conference, where it will be featured in a live online video stream.
“Our hope is that people will be inspired to think of the kind people who love animals, and to care for them,” Sornson said.
“If they want to know how they can be more caring and compassionate in the future, they should go watch this film.
The truth is, there are thousands of farm animals in this world, which are not always treated with the compassion we value.
We hope this film will inspire people to think more critically about how they treat animals.”