The North American Meat Institute has weighed in against California’s Prop 12, a proposal that would create minimum space requirements for livestock.
The PR war always makes meat the villain, and that’s based on a thorough misinformation campaign. And usually the ‘bad guy’ doesn’t win in the end.
The U.S. Supreme Court declined a review of California’s Prop 12, known as the Prevention of Cruelty to Farm Animals Act, after a challenge by the North American Meat Institute.
In a 7-0 decision, the Colorado Supreme Court ruled that Initiative 16, formerly known as the PAUSE Act, can no longer proceed in its current form.
Proposition 12 is having a ripple effect well beyond the borders of California, and constitutional challenges don’t appear to be going well.
So after seven years of engaging, here are 5 big things this crop-farmer’s daughter has learned about animal agriculture.
The Animal Agriculture Alliance released a report today with observations and takeaways from the HSUS virtual conference.
The entire podcast was full of sensationalized, controversial, and incorrect information, and the worry is that the exposure The Joe Rogan Experience receives, as one of the top podcasts in the nation, will further drive the idea that large operations are bad and unhealthy
Advancements in technology allow producers to keep their animals healthier and happier than even a generation ago Farmers today do more with less. They produce more crop on less land. They raise more animals with fewer resources. Cows can be milked with robots. But what does all this mean for animal welfare? Does it put […]