I could dispute or complain about the stereotypes associated with the millennial generation, but I want to highlight how they can benefit agriculture.
Animal activists groups applaud Walmart’s efforts to monitor animal welfare, but its because they see it as a segway to stricter policies and regulation.
Farmers care about their animals and sincerely care about providing for the people in their surrounding communities and across the country.
One of my favorite companies, Google, has a list of ten things they know to be true that drive their business.
The Food Babe is a blogger who is known for her criticism of the food industry. She finds ingredients she can’t pronounce and labels them as toxins.
Here’s a list of simple ways to ask a farmer or industry leader questions you have about animal agriculture and how animals are raised.
One of the most contested terms that holds serious implications for agricultural enthusiasts, animal lovers and farmers alike is: animal welfare.
If someone really believes they are witnessing animal abuse, they need to report it to authorities right away rather than sitting on the footage for a few weeks to produce a catchy video.
These farm protection bills have been given a powerful label by those who oppose them – they are referred to by opponents as “ag-gag” laws.
What good are labels if the target audience doesn’t know what half the words even mean?