Idaho dairies seek to stop activists from filming

From: The Washington Times | February 7, 2014 

BOISE, Idaho (AP) - Idaho's $2.5 billion dairy industry went on the offensive Thursday against agricultural espionage, where camera-wielding animal-rights activists spy on farms in hopes of catching cruelty to cows on tape.

The legislation, backed by some of the nation's largest milk producers, would put people who ...


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