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American Farm Bureau Federation endorses infrastructure bill – President Zippy Duval commented on AFBF’s support of the Senate’s passage of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act.
Caribou Coffee pledges cage-free eggs by 2025 – In a revised animal welfare commitment, the coffee chain announced that it will only use cage-free eggs and egg ingredients in their 400 locations.
Is dairy the new beef? – Prime Future explores the future necessity of cow-calf producers.
Animal rights groups sue over latest Iowa farm trespass law – A challenge to the new law was filed this week and alleges violations to the First Amendment free speech rights.
USDA to expand meat processing capacity – USDA has announced a $500 million investment toward expanding U.S. meat and poultry processing capacity as part of the American Rescue Plan.
JBS entering the aquaculture space – The world’s largest processor of fresh beef and pork will soon acquire Huon Aquaculture.
Increases in dairy goats – One family dairy swaps their cows for goats as the dairy industry suffers from price fluctuations and rising operation costs – adding to the steady growth of dairy goats in the U.S.
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