A pair of lawsuits filed last year involving a packing company and two producers have been dismissed following a confidential settlement.
Wes Shoemyer, a Missouri farmer and speaker at last week's "Rally to Stop The Stealin'" in Omaha, responds to critics of the #FairCattleMarkets movement.
Indiana farmer survives 12 days of fever, pneumonia, and dehydration due to COVID-19 and he warns others that the fragile and frail aren't the only people at risk.
Lawyers for America’s largest beef packing companies asked a federal judge on Friday to dismiss the class action suit filed against them by a group of ranchers last year.
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"Perhaps we should better understand a few of the sponsoring and participating voices" involved in this week's rally of independent cattlemen.
Behind the mad cow disease protests, we are told, lie the wrong personnel decisions President Lee Myung-bak made.
Cargill will pay 138 Somali-American Muslim former packing plant workers a $1.5 million settlement over wrongful termination based on discrimination and the wrongful revocation of a religious accommodation policy.