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The Hudson Institute's Center for Global Food Issues (CGFI), in conjunction with independent academic, consumer and farm policy and practice experts, has designed a program of farm and process management practices that are independently verifiable as both farm and environment friendly. CGFI's "Earth Friendly, Farm Friendly" Seal will assure the public that all products that bear the Seal are produced in a manner consistent with the best available scientific, environmental and quality standards and technologies. Unlike other certification programs, like Organic or Humane Farmed, CGFI's Earth Friendly, Farm Friendly Seal is not based on restricting or eliminating farmers' production choices. Our certification program is based on farmer's adoption of environmentally sound and economically sustainable practices while not limiting their freedom to farm.
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Propaganda at the public library
- April 23, 2013
- April 6, 2013
BST: Is Ignorance Winning Over Safe and Sound Science?
- March 22, 2013
Dairy farmers feel emergency
- March 22, 2013
Is love affair with organic milk curdling?
- February 26, 2013
Dean Kleckner Speaks Out: Got Bilk?
- February 22, 2013
John Stossel: "Give Me a Break!"
- February 22, 2013
Dairy producers concerned about losing rbST
- February 20, 2013
DairyBusiness Communications "Voices for Choices" Campaign
- February 14, 2013
Agricultural Podcast Directory Now Available at FarmerFeeds.com
- February 12, 2013
Consumer - Farmer Price Difference for “rbST-Free” Milk Demonstrates Retail Price Gouging
- February 9, 2013
Taking Away Modern Technologies from Dairy Farmers Hurts the Environment - February 5, 2013
Help poor families: Stop deceptive milk labeling - February 1, 2013
Consumer Group Urges Attention to Existing Rules on rBST Milk Labels - January 26, 2013
John Block Reports from Washington - January 25, 2013
No Need to Mooove to rBGH-Free Milk - January 17, 2013
I'll have a cloneburger, medium rare - January 5, 2013
Got Milk? Got Hormones? - Exploiting Food Fear - January 2, 2013
What's the Beef? - January 2, 2013
Bovine Growth Hormone - December 21, 2012
Don't be Afraid of rbST - December 18, 2012
African-American Organization Urges FDA to Stop Deceptive Marketing of 'No rBST Milk' - December 14, 2012
Bovine Somatotropin - December 4, 2012
Dairymen Organize to Protect Technologies - November 7, 2012
PodCast: Consumer Awareness of Biotechnology - Separating Fact from Fiction - November 6, 2012
Today rbST—What's Next? - November 1, 2012
Frustrations Vented Over Questionable Milk Marketing Practices - October 26, 2012
Organic Milk Industry Reveals Hypocrisy - October 5, 2012
Food fear is anti-bST marketing tool - September 25, 2012
Raw Milk Recall Follows Four E. Coli Infections - September 24, 2012
Food Agency Rejects Organic Milk Health Claims - September 19, 2012
'Organic' label little more than a marketing tool for food, critics say - September 10, 2012
Organic milk is healthier? Don't swallow it - September 6, 2012
Organic Milk Health Claims Not Supported By Science - August 15, 2012
Milk Is Milk Campaign Launches Billboard Campaign in California - July 31, 2012
Milk's Safety - June 13, 2012
Structure and Finances of U.S. Farms: 2011 Family Farm Report - May, 2012
Bacterial Illness Linked to Raw Milk Infecting More People - March 30, 2012
Celeb Science Strikes Again - March 28, 2012