It is 5.30am in Melbourne, Australia. Animal rights activists wait anxiously in the dark, before their leader Kristin Leigh gives the signal that it is time to go. She directs them to the heart of the city, where they halt traffic for hours. It is one of a string of protests in the activists' fight to stop farmers from raising animals for human consumption. With activists vowing to never give up until the world is completely vegan, 101 East investigates the bitter divide over Australia's farm animals.