THE exclusion of the hen housing national standards in the farm bill brought the end of the agreement between The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) and United Egg Producers (UEP).
Now, UEP looks to refocus its attention on mending the fence with others in agriculture as well as serve as a clearinghouse for information as its members face expected challenges as California begins to implement Prop 2-defined production standards in January 20
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