There are also local, state and government agencies like The Humane Society of America and the Humane Farmers Association that help local farmers. These agencies strive to help assist farms that de-concentrate the animals, which in turn lowers manure intake.
The Humane Society of American has been around for over hundred years and is an agency that specializes in animal cruelty and animal welfare. Their primary goal is to strength the bond between animal and human. The agency has been very active with local farmers and communities in educational solution on animal control. They hold the golden bar as the most effective agency in visionary and effective animal welfare in the nation. Please visit https://www.americanhumane.org for more information.
The Humane Farming Association was founded in 1985 and have over 250,00 members strong. The Humane Farmers Association is the most effected organization dedicated to the protection of farm animals. Humane Farmers Association main goals is to keep farm animals from cruelty and abuse and protect the environment from the impacts of industrial factories of animal farms.
The Humane Farmers Association has played a huge part in the environmental destruction in educating and assisting local farmers. They have programs that communities can get involved in to help eliminate animal cruelty and how to stay active with environmental solutions to preserve the surrounding areas. Please visit http://www.hfa.org for more information on how to get involved.
These are just a few agencies that are out there that you can get involved with to help prevent disasters with the overflow of manure lagoons. The economic impact of the pork industries has been huge for the country but the hog waste has also had a negative impact economically. Please help support agencies and companies that help to eliminate the negative impact and to help with animal control.
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