Many public figures, from Richard Branson to Bill Nye, have commented on the inefficiency of animal agriculture, stating that the future of food is animal-free. But The End of Animal Farming answers the question we are all often left with: how will we get from here to there? Reese outlines the path being forged by scientists, entrepreneurs, and activists that he asserts will arrive at the end of animal farming. He challenges animal rights activists to rethink their views on the most effective way to decrease, and ideally eliminate, animal suffering. Instead of using an individualist approach, Reese argues that the best way to end animal farming is to advocate for systemic and technological changes that will gradually make consuming animal products the exception rather than the default. Reese describes the role that advances in technology, science, and activism will have in making the end of animal farming a foreseeable reality rather than a naive pipe dream. This out-of-the-box yet practical book is a perfect read for vegans and non-vegans alike because it recognizes the potential for creating a vegan world that has the same delicious food we eat today, minus the animal cruelty.