USDA defends seeking HSUS input on welfare agenda

11/15/2011 | Hoosier Ag Today (Clermont, Ind.)

Animal agriculture producers are upset with an internal USDA memo that suggests the Humane Society of the United States and its affiliates should set USDA's animal welfare agenda, noting agriculture groups were not solicited to provide input. In response, Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack said that such conversations would not be exclusionary, and all interests would have their viewpoints heard.

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