THE general consensus to emerge from a panel discussion at the Center for Food Integrity's 2016 Strategy Conference May 18 was that there is no right way to raise food animals, but, rather, different systems offer a variety of benefits and challenges and have what were termed different "welfare ceilings."
Coming together to talk about the topic of animal housing were Dr. Janeen Salak-Johnson, associate professor of stress physiology and animal well
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