When you have 305 million chickens on the Eastern Shore, that's a lot of poultry waste polluting the Chesapeake Bay.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership would have disastrous implications for U.S. consumers.
Factory farming hurts poultry producers, consumers, and the environment.
The EPA has to stop standing by while factory farming pollutes our airways and watersheds and poisons our communities.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership deal threatens food safety and public health.
If a Chinese company's bid to acquire Smithfield goes through, consumers and farmers will suffer.