Ohio Farm Bureau’s Leah Curtis, policy counsel and senior director of member engagement, explains what electronic logging device requirements mean for those hauling agriculture products. I heard there is a crackdown on trucks and trailers hauling livestock. Is this true?…
Ohio Farm Bureau Policy Counsel and Senior Director of Member Engagement Leah Curtis explains the animal welfare compliance requirements for livestock haulers: Typically there are commodity specific animal welfare trainings that many livestock drivers become certified in. For example, the…
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