Monday, April 27, 2009
Thursday, April 23, 2009
More later as I receive updates from the local ranchers.
Please do not donate to HSUS - they aren't the ones who will help these Mustangs. Habitat for Horses and LifeSavers are groups to donate to - they have custody of the Mustangs.
Wednesday, April 22, 2009
Hear my conversation with Trent Loos on Rural Route Radio about why soybean and corn farmers need to help their customers...the livestock industry.
Thursday, April 16, 2009
As an epidemic of anti-farmer, anti-pet anti-animal use legislation sweeps our nation, I’d like to give Nebraskan’s a heads-up. The pet legislation introduced is a red flag that the “animal rights” (AR) movement has effectively infiltrated the
As a Midwestern farm wife, I used to be amused at the fact most American consumers seem to think the eggs, milk, meat and cheese they need to feed their families just miraculously appear in the grocery store. There’s nothing funny about this ignorance any more. Now it’s just scary, because the animal rights movement exploits this naiveté in its agenda to eliminate our access to local, safe, affordable food.
They already convinced
This “victory” will wipe out the family farmers and workers who once were the top ranking state in production and has now fallen to 5th place in producing our nation’s eggs. American farmers working hard to put affordable, nutritious, great-tasting food on our tables - wiped out by a group of vegan animal rights activists who think they have the right to control our food choices and sources.
Things are tough enough for