Advocates kick off ballot initiative to protect farm animals in Ohio

03/6/2010 | Cincinnati.com

Supporters have launched an effort to place on the November ballot an amendment that would require the Ohio Livestock Care Standards Board to set minimum humane requirements for poultry, pigs and cows within a six-year period. Among their proposals is that the killing of pigs or cows on farms be done in a humane fashion by conforming to methods approved by AVMA.

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