Alliance announces winners of 2016 College Aggies Online scholarship competition

Alliance announces winners of 2016 College Aggies Online scholarship competition Students from Kansas State University and Western Illinois University take top prizes December 8, 2016 – The Animal Agriculture Alliance announced the winners of its annual College Aggies Online (CAO) scholarship program, which is designed to help college students with an interest in agriculture become…

Alliance Awards Over $12,500 in College Aggies Online Scholarships

Alliance Awards Over $12,500 in College Aggies Online Scholarships Western Illinois University Agriculture Club and Jessica Miller (Oklahoma State) Win 1st Place in the Competitions December 2, 2015 – Today, the Animal Agriculture Alliance announced the results of its seventh annual College Aggies Online (CAO) scholarship competition. The program is a nationwide initiative aimed at helping college…

Alliance Awards Sixth Annual College Aggies Online Program Scholarships

Alliance Awards Sixth Annual College Aggies Online Program Scholarships December 2, 2014 – Today, the Animal Agriculture Alliance announced the results of its sixth annual College Aggies Online (CAO) scholarship competition.  The nationwide program helps college students share agriculture’s story and become passionate spokespeople on behalf of the food and fiber industries.   CAO is…

Myths Promoted At “End Factory Farming” Conference

Myths Promoted At “End Factory Farming” Conference November 17, 2011 – About 300 activists representing the animal rights, environmental, and public health movements converged in Arlington, VA on October 27-29 for the first-ever “Conference to End Factory Farming”. More than 25 speakers attempted to gain the attention of decision makers in Washington, D.C. with sessions…

Agriculture Must Collaborate to Educate Voters

Agriculture Must Collaborate to Educate Voters November 9, 2010 – The Animal Agriculture Alliance is disappointed that yet another state has fallen victim to legislation introduced by animal rights extremists. Despite opposition from 103 of the state’s 116 districts, an expensive campaign to regulate dog breeders in Missouri led by the Humane Society of the…