Tyson Forms Independent Animal Welfare Panel

May 2013
National Hog Farmer Expert Blog;5/17/2013, p13
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The article reports that Tyson Foods has formed the Farm Animal Well-Being Advisory Panel. According to the company, members of the panel will serve as advisers to the Tyson FarmCheck program, an initiative designed to ensure that farm animals receive responsible care. The members of the panel will reportedly help determine research priorities and recommend ways to improve the audit program. Tyson adds that panel members were chosen for their interest in the responsible raising of farm animals.


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