On this week’s AnimalAgCast, Jamie Johansen talked with Brian Klippenstein, Executive Director of Protect the Harvest, during NAFB’s Trade Talk about a controversial animal rights proposal that passed in Massachusetts, Oklahoma’s defeated Right to Farm legislation and how the animal agriculture community will fair with new Administration.
The proposal, which was spearheaded by the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS), prohibits certain types of confinement for laying hens, veal calves, and pigs, as well as the interstate commerce of products from those animals that have been confined in small cages. Advocacy groups like Protect the Harvest believe this proposal is unconstitutional and intend to fight the decision legally.
Learn more in this week’s AnimalAgCast:
AnimalAgCast with Brian Klippenstein, Protect the Harvest