challenges of animal welfare discussions Dr. Candace Croney
Dr. Candace Croney, director of Purdue University's Center for Animal Welfare Science, identifies some of the new dynamics in the animal welfare discussion.

Get ahead on animal welfare discussion

NIAA speakers share important role producers play in educating farmers and consumers about how healthy animals provide healthy food.

Animal welfare continues to be a hot topic among consumers, and livestock producers increasingly need to watch what’s going on and prepare themselves to stay ahead of claims. The topic was prevalent during the 2017 Animal Care Standards workshop hosted by the National Institute for Animal Agriculture on April 6 in Columbus, Ohio.

Janet Helms, national director farm program at American Humane, said it is time to “take the word 'humane' back” and have a conversation th

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