Opinion: Another Ag Gag “law” bites the dust

North Carolina thought they had it wired – a Teflon ag-gag law –Chief Justice Thomas Schroeder wasn’t buying what ALEC, North Carolina attorney general, and North Carolina Farm Bureau were selling.

Opinion: The Packers and Stockyards Act needs a major rewrite

If that’s not enough the Department of Justice has subpoenaed Big-Meats “big four” – Tyson Foods, JBS SA, Cargill, and National Beef/Marfrig – in an attempt to learn if there’s been price fixing hanky-panky during the COVID-19 crisis. The subpoenas come at the request of Attorneys general from North Dakota, Nebraska, Iowa, Minnesota, Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, Missouri, Idaho, and Arizona and South Dakota who collectively can’t figure out what the heck is going on with cattle prices in the last several months.