There’s just this sort of Wild West of Class II operations, that they can do anything they want and nobody knows about them unless they get caught,” said Tim Gibbons, spokesman for the Missouri Rural Crisis Center, an organization made up of family farmers and other members and donors that advocate against large factory farms. Read More here…
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