My Presentation on Livestock Animal Welfare Law

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Last May, I spoke at the Animal Agriculture Alliance (“AAA”) Stakeholder’s Summit on livestock animal welfare law.  If you follow this blog then you know this topic is a passion of mine.  You can view my presentation below.

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In case you missed it, here are a few other posts that may be of interest:

1.  5 State Approaches for Using Animal Societies to Enforce Animal Cruelty Statutes;

2. What is the Animal Cruelty Law in Your State?;

3. Interview with Dr. Temple Grandin;

4.  Animal Handling Procedures for Employee Handbooks;

5.  New York State Cattle Health Assurance Program;

6.  Fixing “Broken Windows” On Your Farm;

7.  Investigations from Non-Police Officers on Your Farm;

8.  Abuse in Show Industry;

9.  What Should New York Livestock Producers Do If A Peace Officer Asks To Investigate Their Property;

10.  A Debrief of Kay Johnson Smith’s Presentation at the New York Farm Bureau Animal Welfare Conference (you can read the debrief from my presentation here);

11. Horse Transportation Requirements in New York; and,

12.  Prof. Cupp’s article.

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