Good training, careful hiring practices thwart legal issues for farms

Agriculture law specialist offer tips on how to protect operation from undercover videos.

It goes without saying, according to an agricultural law specialist, that farms should have detailed animal care and handling policies to prevent animal abuse, and producers should conduct ongoing training to ensure that employees understand and utilize proper animal care standards.

However, farm owners may need to implement a few extra policies to prevent deceitful employees from creating videos on the farm, according to Tiffany Dowell Lashmet with Texas A&M AgriLife Extension

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