The book ‘The Humane Economy: Animal Protection 2.0’ has a lot to say about the hot topic of animal welfare, but it doesn’t state the obvious—humans and animals are different.
Today is National Agriculture Day. Here are ways to celebrate and educate yourself on what you eat.
It’s absurd to force taxpayers to send an Amish farmer more than half a million dollars to store manure.
The Federalist’s writers discuss the ethics of eating meat and disclosing its sources.
Urban farming brings beauty to barren landscapes, provides for needy communities, and fosters an entrepreneurial spirit.
‘Humane’ meat is tasty and ethically logical, and should be what you’re eating if you’re eating animals.
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