Public Schools In Nebraska Pull HSUS Newsletter Aimed At Kids
Brownfield reports the Lincoln Public Schools in Nebraska have decided not to hand out April’s newsletter by the Humane Society of the United States written for third and fourth grade students. FULL STORY »
Jolley: An Animal Welfare Seizure Done The Right Way
Howard Pankratz of the Denver Post wrote a story headlined ‘Rancher found to be an "unfit owner" of cattle.’ I’ll tease you with the first two paragraphs and then link you to the full story.
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KLA President Defends Conventional Ag In Follow-Up To “Food, Inc.”
Public broadcasting affiliate KTWU- Topeka has produced a one-hour television program to air tonight at 9:00 as a follow-up to the controversial “Food, Inc.” FULL STORY »
People Taking Sides In Small Versus Large Cattle Operations
The San Francisco Chronicle reports the battle between local, small-scale farming and large, mass produced farming is escalating. FULL STORY »
Ohio Horse Owner On Trial In Animal Cruelty Case
Jury selection has started for the trial of an Ohio woman accused of several animal cruelty counts after authorities said dozens of emaciated Arabian horses were taken from her farm.
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Spread The Message: Producers Take Good Care Of Animals
There was a time in our nation’s history when many people lived on a farm or had close relatives who owned a farm. Most consumers today have no direct relationship to livestock producers. FULL STORY »
Progress On The Ohio Livestock Care Standards Board
Now that the Ohio legislature has enacted an implementation bill and Governor Strickland has announced board appointments, the Ohio Livestock Care Standards Board could soon begin developing standards for farm animal care in Ohio. FULL STORY »
Agribusiness Battles HSUS In Midwest
The escalating battle between U.S. agriculture and the Humane Society of the United States “is getting ugly,” according to a weekend article in the Kansas City Star. The Midwest is a key battleground. FULL STORY »
England’s Yummy Yummy Italia Offers Zebra Pizza
Lancashire Telegraph reports the Northern England fast-food restaurant Yummy Yummy Italia offers a new controversial pizza topping inspired by some unique toppings in London. FULL STORY »
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