Here are some Web sites that are worth checking out:  — A project of the Center for Consumer Freedom, provides in-depth profiles of anti-consumer activist groups, as well as a glimpse into their funding. The site also offers information about activist foundations, activist celebrities, and other players in the movement to control what Americans consume. — This University of Minnesota site offers a resource to find the most current information about using distillers' grains byproducts in dairy, beef, swine and poultry diets. — For veterinarians and farmers, this is a resource to learn about how animal-health products work, how they are used and the many benefits they offer. It is provided by the Animal Health Institute, which represents manufacturers of animal-health care products.