National Agriculture Day on March 18 is a good opportunity to reflect and give thanks to those who raise our food and do it right.
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American Humane Association, the country’s first national humane organization, today announced that the happy egg co. has become the first commercial egg producer in the United States to be granted humane certification from American Humane Association in the category “Layer Hens: Free-Range and Pasture-raised.
One of the most dramatic new trends in U.S. agriculture is the move by farmers, ranchers and producers to humane certification.
The accurate assessment of meat quality requires the consideration of multiple variables that define the characteristics of the specimen. The definition of meat quality must take into consideration the purpose of the product, the physical properties of the muscle of origin, the stability of the significant quality attributes of the product, and the desires of the product consumer.
For the first time ever, an educational and research facility has been certified by the 136-year-old American Humane Association, the nation’s first national humanitarian organization.