In an effort to advance the issue of traceability in the equine industry, NIAA and USAHA partnered to host the Equine Forum, 2017: Advancing ID, Traceability and Electronic Health Records.
You may be wondering how the conflict between federal and state law will affect your ability to test your employees for marijuana and prohibit its use. Here is some insights into an evolving situation.
More people than ever before are using drugs illicitly, presenting employers with the costly burden of identifying and responding appropriately to workplace drug abuse. Failure to maintain a drug-free workplace can lead to an erosion of profits...
Durango Boot, a division of Rocky Brands, Inc., is partnering with Operation Troop Aid to support U.S. Service members deployed overseas.
Recent dips in horse ownership aside, there’s room for optimism in the U.S. equine market due to the human-animal bond, the influx of premium pet products, the growth of horse therapy, among other factors.
Bill in House and Senate allows 4-H and FFA students to keep more of the income they earn through projects.
Salespeople often miss the “no sale signals” that customers send when they’re dissatisfied.
Workshop will help industry professionals understand and interpret AAFCO model regulations regarding labeling of pet food and related products like treats and supplements.
he Beacon Center Legal Foundation announced March 9 that it had filed a lawsuit against the Tennessee Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners for its recent definition of "animal massage" as a form of veterinary medicine.