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October 26, 2009


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Andrew A. Gill

I thought #3 was pretty good, too:

Issue 2 favors large factory farms, not Ohio’s family famers. Family farmers and groups like the Ohio Farmers Union and Family Farm Defenders oppose Issue 2 because they know that food quality and safety are enhanced by better farming practices. Increasingly, they are supplying mainstream retailers like Safeway and Burger King. Factory farms cut corners and drive family farmers out of business when they put profits ahead of animal welfare and our health.

But, as you say, they're all good.


Yesterday driving through western New York, all the dairy farms that used to have cows grazing on the hills, now they're all in the barn and never come out; food is brought to them as they stand forever in their stalls. Not healthy for beast or human.

Thanks for the pointer to the article, Andrew.

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