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Livestock Farming

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  • Food FYI: Egg farmers seek new rules for treatment of chickens

     
    Food FYI: Egg farmers seek new standards for treatment of chickens...
  • Report Card on Legislature: C-Minus, With an Incomplete

     
    One area in which the Legislature deserves an incomplete, if not a failing grade, is in public education....
  • Chuey Martinez brings “All You Can Meat” to Travel Channel

     
    Meat. It’s a word that insires passion in many directions. Some are against it. Some can’t get enough of it. And then there are people like Chuey Martinez, for whom it’s virtually a way of life. Martinez, radio DJ and host of ESPN’...
  • CMT reveals new cast (and some rejects) of “Redneck Island” Season 2

     
    Steve Austin will be back for Season 2 of CMT's Redneck Island when the competition series kicks up again starting Nov. 10 at 9pm ET/PT. The 10-episode season is again billed as a “redneck-style competition series,” and this time the...
  • Fuss and feathers

     
    Nicholas Kristof of the New York Times penned an unappetizing column the other day: My topic today is a pair of new scientific studies suggesting that poultry on factory farms are routinely fed caffeine, active ingredients of Tylenol and Benadryl,......
  • Convicted avocado thief latest in growing problem -- crop rustlers

     
    The 10 avocado sentence seemed, well, different. Barron Stein, an admitted avocado thief in North San Diego County, was prohibited by the courts from possessing more than 10 avocados at a time. For the next three years, that’s all he......
  • Literary readings get a new lens at LACMA

     
    Walk through the streetlight installation at LACMA, get a ticket and then head east to enter LACMA through its Ahmanson building; on the left is an alcove that opens out into to the Art Catalogs bookstore. It's not the museum......
  • Wild monkeys suffer trauma and injuries when captured for transport to breeding facilities, report says

     
    NAIROBI, Kenya — Wild long-tailed monkeys sustain broken limbs and other injuries when trappers catch the primates and transfer them to breeding farms on the island nation of Mauritius, said a new report released Tuesday. Photos in the report showed.......
  • Fishermen in Taiji, Japan, slaughter adult members of dolphin pod, release young

     
    The Japanese village notorious for the dolphin hunt documented in the film "The Cove" has slaughtered a pod of dolphins but spared the youngest animals, activists said Tuesday. Most of the dolphins caught by residents of the seaside village of......
  • Movie Review: Lebanon

     
    We can smell the sweat, urine and diesel fuel in “Lebanon.” We can taste the exhaust, the metallic tang of explosive fumes from a shell ejected from the cannon. This grimly claustrophobic Israeli melodrama is set in wartime in a tank. Samuel...
  • North Dakota voters set to decide issue of fenced big-game hunting preserves

     
    LISBON, N.D. — Butch and Deb Dick's lifelong dream was to open a big-game hunting preserve and after years of preparation, they expected to welcome the first customers to their southeastern North Dakota ranch this month. Voters will decide next......