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Do you want to eat in the dark? Watch the latest video in our “Ag Gag Undercover” series about threatening anti-whistleblower legislation.

How could you break up such a pair? Watch our satire of Ag Gag in “Star-Crossed Lovers,” the 4th video in our series that makes light of a serious affront on truth-telling.

Nightmare on Ag Street! Watch the 3rd installment of our “Ag Gag Undercover” video series.

Hey, just because the agriculture industry doesn’t want you to see it doesn’t mean undercover video on farms should be illegal. Check out video #2 of our “Ag Gag Undercover” series!

Anti-whistleblower ‘Ag Gag’ bills in several states would make it a crime to take undercover video exposing animal abuse at slaughterhouses! FIC launched a video campaign, “Ag Gag Undercover,” to raise awareness about this threat to food system transparency. Here’s the first video.

You can blink in 1/3 of a second, but can you inspect a chicken? USDA thinks so, but we disagree! Learn more here.

You can blink in 1/3 of a second, but can you inspect a chicken? USDA thinks so, but we disagree! Learn more here.

Via @govacctproj: GAP’s Jesselyn Radack and NSA whistleblower Tom Drake appeared on The Daily Show last night!

Via barfblog:

Like mad cow disease, although on a much smaller scale, Australian cattle exporters are reaping the benefits of the pink slime controversy in the U.S.
AAP reports beef and veal exports to the U.S. are expected to increase by 28 per cent to 205,000 tonnes in 2011/12, the Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences (ABARES) said in its June quarter commodities report.

Via barfblog:

Like mad cow disease, although on a much smaller scale, Australian cattle exporters are reaping the benefits of the pink slime controversy in the U.S.

AAP reports beef and veal exports to the U.S. are expected to increase by 28 per cent to 205,000 tonnes in 2011/12, the Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences (ABARES) said in its June quarter commodities report.