In most of the places I’ve been to in America, hunger is not as obvious as it appears in those commercials and, for that reason, it can be easily overlooked.
Attending conferences hosted by animal rights organizations provides a deeper understanding of our opposition.
Here are a few misconceptions about animal agriculture that are often shared by animal rights activist groups that I’ve debunked.
Whether it is the grocery store aisle or a sorority function, you can ‘bet the farm’ that I will be ready to explain, discuss and sadly, in some cases, defend animal agriculture.
As a rising senior at the University of Vermont studying Animal Science, I have made it my priority to study the health and husbandry required by all animal species. My desire to become a veterinarian has been fueled by my exposure to amazing professionals that are the hero to every single one of their patients. …
Best management practice is to maintain your farm and herd in a way that reduces or eliminates introduction and transmittance of pathogens. Biosecurity is this best practice, and it is something everyone who works with animals should be familiar with – in particular, those working with livestock. Food safety is essential for farmers and ranchers…
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