Cage-Free Laws in California and Massachusetts

Cage-Free Laws in California and Massachusetts

Do you pay any attention to what voters are deciding out in California? In the past, I think a lot of people have thought what happens in California stays in California. But, as egg, veal, and swine farmers are finding out, that idea isn’t so true anymore.

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Consumer Demands are Changing Livestock Farms

Consumer Demands are Changing Livestock Farms

Consumers have an endless variety of options at the grocery store these days. How are consumer demands impacting livestock farms?

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Return of the Local Butcher: Meat Class

Return of the Local Butcher: Meat Class

I recently attended a whole hog butchering class here in Indianapolis, which closed the gap between farmer, butcher, and consumer.  

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Indiana Challenges Massachusetts Livestock & Poultry Law in U.S. Supreme Court

Indiana Challenges Massachusetts Livestock & Poultry Law in U.S. Supreme Court

Indiana is leading a group of states in a lawsuit against Massachusetts over a new livestock and poultry law requiring any pork, veal, or eggs sold in the state to be derived from animals raised with space to turn around and lie down without touching an enclosure. 

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What are Others Saying about Air Emissions Reporting?

What are Others Saying about Air Emissions Reporting?

A federal court stayed the mandate requiring many livestock producers to report air emissions from manure until January 22, 2018. We are awaiting further guidance from EPA. In the meantime, here is what others are saying.

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