While we applaud the court’s dressing-down of PETA, we must recognize the influence they and other like-minded groups have cast on consumers.
Consumer perceptions of animal welfare have led to changing production standards and marketing strategies. Packaged Facts examines these issues and the opportunities they provide.
When feedlot and dairy workers enjoy their jobs, feel empowered to make decisions and understand the reasons behind their tasks, they are most likely to provide good animal husbandry.
Animal welfare concerns meet science and transparency.
Preliminary results from a study led by Kansas State University researchers show how U.S. cow-calf producers and the public view animal welfare in the beef sector.
Newly Formed Veterinary and Consumer Affairs Group Assembles Thought Leaders to Address “Advancing Animal Welfare Together.”
No matter what producers do there will be sick or injured animals. Knowing what to do with them is important.