Worker health and safety is a critical aspect of protecting our national food security and keeping grocery store shelves stocked with our favorite food items.
With Lent around the corner and activist groups calling for the Pope and others to give up meat, now is the time to become familiar with how animal rights groups are “spinning scripture.”
To protect your farm or ranch from animal rights activist activity, here are a few things you can implement on your farm today.
Do you ever wonder what campaign, movie or myth from an animal rights group will think of next? The Animal Agriculture Alliance has been tracking animal rights groups for more than 30 years to predict their next moves and keep farmers, ranchers, veterinarians and everyone in the animal agriculture industry ready for what may come…
Consumer demand is powerful. It can be the champion of a company’s success or the culprit of their failure.
Diane Sullivan, an anti-poverty and affordable food advocate, shares her story of standing up for agriculture.
If you have questions or concerns about how farm animals are cared for please ask a farmer who cares for their animals every day, not animal rights groups with a radical, unrealistic, and downright absurd agenda.
The themes targeted the rights and welfare of all animals. After a few phrases were repeated, the strategic position these organizations held was clear: these conferences are an attempt to undermine the animal agriculture community.
If you had cream in your coffee this morning or had meat for dinner last night, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) wants you to seek help for your “addiction.”
Agriculture is a business, and just like any business, farmers need to proactively protect themselves from potential legal issues.