Poll: Do bills such as the "ag gag" bill help agriculture?

Do bills such as the "ag gag" bill (to prevent undercover activist videos) help agriculture?

- Yes
- No
- Not sure



Number of votes: 60

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jeff    
virginia  |  April, 25, 2012 at 09:11 AM

There is no room in this type of employment for this sort of dishonesty. It causes a trust issue between farmers and general public & future emploees.that is not what ag needs right now

steve    
northcarolina  |  April, 25, 2012 at 09:24 AM

AMEN!! SEEMS like all these vids are edited to make farmers look like they enjoy beating and hurting animals. I for one take great pride in the way I treat my livestock. THAT'S HOW I MAKE MY MONEY!! SOMETIMES it doesn't look pretty and that's all the media wants to see. Some of these people should try these jobs to see that farmers DO care about these animals

Jessica    
washington  |  April, 26, 2012 at 08:53 AM

Ag-gag bills only stop humane investigations. Having transparency in our food production is good. These laws do not help agriculture or the public in general, instead they cast a dark shadow on the industry for trying to cover up any cruelty that happens.


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