According to the owners of Sospiro Goat Ranch, a small family goat farm in North Carolina, as reported on their blog, “the Facts About the Attack On Our Farm
Continue Reading Wayne Hsiung, the activist who stole a goat kid named “Freddie,” found guilty of felony theft in North Carolina

Labeling of meat and poultry products has been the subject of numerous lawsuits, in which labels claiming products are, for example, “natural,” “humanely-raised,” “antibiotic-free,” are alleged to be fraudulent, amongst
Continue Reading USDA-FSIS Extends Comment Period on Labeling Requirements for Meat and Poultry Products Comprised of, or Containing, Cultured Cells Derived from Animals.

Recently, the Eight Circuit upheld one of two challenged provisions of Iowa’s Agricultural Production Facility Fraud statute.  The Access Provision passed constitutional muster against allegations that the statute violated the
Continue Reading The Access Provision of Iowa’s Agricultural Production Facility Fraud statute does not violate the First Amendment free speech clause

As previously discussed, a Colorado ballot initiative, if sufficient valid signatures are collected, would effectively ban animal agriculture from the State of Colorado if passed.  Hard to imagine an
Continue Reading Oregon’s “Animal Cruelty” Initiative-Colorado’s Anti-Agriculture Initiative on Steroids

As previously discussed in “Colorado Poised to Eliminate Animal Agriculture” this proposed referendum, while clearly intended to eliminate all animal agriculture and related industries in Colorado, is fraught
Continue Reading What is “Chicken”? – More on Colorado’s Proposed Referendum on Animal Agriculture

Reposted with permission from CHRISTINE ALVARADO. First published on Meatingplace.com on August 23, 2019. https://www.meatingplace.com/Industry/Blogs/Details/87218

One of my previous blogs on April 5, 2019, “The Pecking order in
Continue Reading Guest Blog: Some interesting data on women in leadership roles in science and ag