For the dairies who received notices, he told us upwards of 10,000 cows may be sold off if another buyer can't be found.
It's not that dairies are adding so much cattle, but the fact that they have been more efficient in getting milk per cow from converting feed to milk. This situation, though, could be worse without trade agreements like the North American Free Trade Agreement.
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — A federal judge has ordered Idaho to pay roughly a quarter million dollars in legal fees to the Animal Legal Defense Fund and other groups who successfully sued the state over what they called the "ag-gag" law.
Photobombs are the (often intoxicated) work of a dude who stealthily weasels his way into your photographs, completely marring what would've been a nice clean picture of you and your boo on your romantic vacation.
But it doesn't stop here. This snapshot wrecking ball genius has pets.
Scientists in China have genetically modified a batch of cows so that they can now produce human breast milk opposed to regular cow's milk. The researchers at the Agricultural University in Beijing did so by injecting the human gene that makes milk into 300 bovine embryos.