Animal Welfare/Rights

Review Your Farm’s Security Policies

America's farm families are under attack from activist groups such as the Humane Society of the United States. These extremists attempt to use emotional images and scare tactics to discourage Americans from eating meat, milk and eggs because they do not believe that we have that right.
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Ohio Committee OKs Livestock Care Rules, Penalties

Rules for putting sick livestock to death and civil penalties for violators cleared a key legislative committee on Wednesday. FULL STORY »

Temple Grandin's Recent Ohio Presentation, Online

As you likely know, Temple Grandin was in Columbus recently to speak at the Animal Welfare Symposium hosted by the OSU College of Veterinary Medicine. FULL STORY »

HSUS Alleges Abusive, Inhumane Treatment At Smithfield Hog Farm

The Humane Society of the United States has released findings from an undercover investigation that documented the inhumane treatment of female breeding pigs and piglets at a Virginia factory farm owned by a subsidiary of Smithfield Foods, the world’s largest pork producer.
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Grandin: Livestock Owners Should 'Open Up' To Public

Renowned animal scientist Temple Grandin told livestock ranchers to "open up the door" to the public, to show how ranchers care for their animals. FULL STORY »

Grandin: Livestock Owners Should 'Open Up' To Public

Renowned animal scientist Temple Grandin told livestock ranchers to "open up the door" to the public, to show how ranchers care for their animals. FULL STORY »

Missouri Senator Proposes Repealing Prop B

A state senator filed legislation Wednesday to repeal a voter-approved law that creates new regulations for dog breeders in Missouri, saying voters were misled and the rules won't curb animal abuse. FULL STORY »

Perdue Sued By HSUS In NJ For 'Humane' Chicken Claims

Poultry giant Perdue is being sued in New Jersey over claims its chickens are humanely raised. FULL STORY »

New Ohio Ag Director Will Review Animal Care Deal

Ohio's next agriculture director plans to take a closer a look at a deal arranged by the outgoing governor and animal rights activists that would bring tougher laws governing farm animals. FULL STORY »

Vermont Slaughterhouse Worker Pleads Guilty To Cruelty

A worker at a closed Vermont slaughterhouse will be sentenced to 30 days on a state work crew after pleading guilty to animal cruelty.

Thirty-seven-year-old Christopher Gaudette, an employee of the now-closed Bushway Packing, Inc., in Grand Isle, pleaded guilty to the felony charge on Thursday. FULL STORY »

Video: National Junior Angus Show 2010: Temple Grandin Interview Play video

World-renowned animal behaviorist Temple Grandin talks about animal welfare at the National Junior Angus Show.
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