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Communication, education important for livestock industry's future

 

The importance of having a livestock industry with open communication among livestock producers, consumers and legislators is very important to those involved in all aspects of the industry.

 

Debbie Lyons-Blythe, a cattle rancher from White City, Kansas, said she wants consumers and legislators to know how she treats her animals and that she’s interested in the best possible care for those animals.

 

“We need to talk to consumers and legislators about how we raise our cattle, or someone else will put false information in their minds and it will affect us,” said Lyons-Blythe. (more)

 




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