“Ag Gag” Laws Challenged in Multiple States

February 7, 2019

“Ag Gag” laws continue to be challenged and have been ruled unconstitutional in Iowa and Utah.  Idaho’s “ag security law” was also challenged and struck down, but on appeal, two key aspects of the law …

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Compassion Over Killing Releases Undercover Video from a Broiler Plant

November 29, 2018

An undercover video captured at Amick Farms in Maryland was released claiming to show issues related to newly approved broiler plant line run speeds, which recently went from 140 birds/minute to 175 birds/minute. This story …

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SELEGGT Announces Breakthrough for In-Ovo Sexing

November 29, 2018

SELEGGT announced the organization has developed a market-ready process for gender identification in hatching eggs.  SELEGGT is a joint venture of the German grocery chain REWE, the Dutch technology company HatchTech B.V., and the University …

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Animal Activists Continue Protests

October 4, 2018

Animal extremist groups continue to be active, causing disruption on farms and in stores. Their protests highlight the importance of consistently following high animal welfare standards, preparing in advance for emergency situations, including activist rallies, …

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Gravel Ridge Farms Recalls Eggs due to Salmonella

September 20, 2018

Gravel Ridge Farms has recalled Cage Free Large Eggs due to a potential contamination of Salmonella. The recall was initiated because reported illnesses were confirmed at locations using Gravel Ridge Farm Eggs, and the farm chose to …

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