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â€śMcDonaldâ€™s is a major player,â€ť says Gail Hansen, a public health veterinarian and senior officer of antibiotic resistance with Pew Charitable Trusts, in a phone interview. â€śEconomically, other companies will say: 'We can follow this model.' â€ť
School board fired teacher for Facebook comments about animals on dairy farms.
â€śWe wanted to expand our reach,â€ť Hastings said of the dairyâ€™s May through October group, school and day camp agritourism events such as â€śCow Tales Adventuresâ€ť and the â€śMilk From Cow to Bottle Tour.â€ť â€śWe started the agritourism not knowing what we were doing,â€ť Hastings admitted
The role of the Ohio Farm Bureau is to work together for the promotion of Ohio agriculture and act as an advocate for farmers that are working hard to produce quality products for a growing world. An event such as Ag Day at the Capitol facilitates a â€śmeeting of the mindsâ€ť so that farmers and legislators may work together and reach a common goal
Late last month, someone broke in, cut off ventilators, boosted the temperature controls and wiped out all but a few hundred chickens.