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Livestock Farming

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  • Consumer Confidential: Milk lawsuit, sneaker settlement, toy recall

     
    A Los Angeles law firm has filed a class-action lawsuit alleging that various dairy companies and trade groups slaughtered more than half a million cows to inflate the price of milk. More than 1.7 million toy workshop and tool sets from toymaker Little...
  • Dude ranches: Roping, riding and karaoke

    Dude ranches: Roping, riding and karaoke
    Nearly two decades have passed since tough-as- nails trail boss Curly Washburn hurled insults at the three "City Slickers" who invaded his turf, a Colorado cattle ranch, in search of a Wild West adventure. The 1991 movie, which earned Jack Palance a...
  • Record crowds sought as State Fair offers discounts

    Record crowds sought as State Fair offers discounts
    When Indiana state government reduced its subsidy of the Indiana State Fair by almost $2 million, fair organizers had to get creative to cut costs while keeping attendees coming in the front gate. A few layoffs, some cheaper contracts and minimal price...
  • Despite problems, egg farmer embraced by local governments

    Despite problems, egg farmer embraced by local governments
    — Long before Austin "Jack" DeCoster became a central figure in one of the largest egg recalls in history, he had paid more than $10 million in fines and lawsuit settlements, his eggs were banned in one state and quarantined in another, and he was...
  • Ex-Saint Rickey Jackson in Cattle Fest

    Ex-Saint Rickey Jackson in Cattle Fest
    The first New Orleans Saint in the Pro Football Hall of Fame will be in the Louisiana Cattle Festival's parade Oct. 9. The Abbeville Meridional reports that Jackson is to speak to the Vermilion Football league that morning and will ride in the 1 p.m....
  • The costs of cheap meat

    The costs of cheap meat
    If you adjust for inflation and income, Americans have never spent less on food than they have in recent years. And yet many feel we've also never paid such a high price. U.S. Department of Agriculture figures show the average American spent just 9.5...
  • Animal Welfare Institute Issues Statement About Judge's Ruling In Favor Of Ringling Bros.

    The Animal Rights Institute issued this statement after a judge ruled in favor of Feld Entertainment, the parent company of Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus, in a long-running lawsuit alleging elephant abuse: After nearly a decade of...
  • Former Elmhurst College student gets probation, fine for hate crime

    Former Elmhurst College student gets probation, fine for hate crime
  • Dolores B. Canoles, highway foe and Canton activist, dies

    Dolores B. Canoles, highway foe and Canton activist, dies
    Dolores B. Canoles, a longtime Canton neighborhood activist who joined the battle in the late 1960s that successfully defeated a proposed extension of Interstate 83 through East Baltimore and who later was a member of the city Liquor Board, died Aug. 3 of...
  • Farm Bureau faults Chesapeake Bay cleanup effort... again

    Farm Bureau faults Chesapeake Bay cleanup effort... again
    The American Farm Bureau Federation continues to criticize the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Chesapeake Bay restoration plan. According to a recent report, the EPA’s computer models don’t jibe with those of the U.S....
  • Somber air hangs over State Fair following tragedy

    Somber air hangs over State Fair following tragedy
    The atmosphere at the State Fair was an interesting mix of conflicting emotions at a place normally known for having fun Monday following the stage collapse tragedy. On the one hand, we found lots of people wanting to get a glimpse of the wreckage,...