A bill that was blasted by animal-rights advocates as an "ag gag" proposal was watered down a bit before being passed by the House yesterday.In its initial form, House Bill 2587 would have made it a crime to not turn over evidence of livestock abuse within five days -- which would have thwarted long ... More >>
A controversial bill that would separate livestock abuse from other forms of animal cruelty moved through the House Agriculture and Water Committee yesterday.House Bill 2587 has generated backlash from organizations ranging from animal-rights groups to Sheriff Joe Arpaio since its introduction. At t ... More >>
www.seeitornot.comSlutJust weeks after Arizona contained an outbreak of horse herpes, a stallion in Maricopa County has tested positive for an STD.According to officials at the Arizona Department of Agriculture, a stallion's tested positive for Contagious Equine Metrititis, resulting in the quara ... More >>
According to the Arizona Department of Agriculture, the horse herpes that have plagued Arizona equine for over a month has been contained.In mid-May, the Arizona Department of Health Services announced that an Arizona horse tested positive for the Equine Herpes Virus.
Image: http://npic.orst.edu/hottopic/mothball/index.htmlIn the first case of its kind in years, an Arizona homeowner faces possible enforcement action by the state for misusing mothballs A homeowner in Mohave County faces a possible citation and fine for allegedly using mothballs outdoors as ... More >>
Image: Deanna Dent-- http://www.phoenixnewtimes.com/slideshow/Mexico tourists wearing masks The swine flu situation in Arizona hasn't changed much since yesterday's post, except for a stockpiling of antiviral medications.Officials are telling Tucson media that Arizona still hasn't reported any cases ... More >>
Arizona's cunning culinary wizard Chef Kaz Yamamoto prepares taboo illegal moveable feasts for the elite and über-rich
The death of tiny Autumn White should make lawmakers think more carefully about state budget cuts
Rescuers battle 'killer buyers' to save unwanted horses
Crop dusters spray pesticides on homes, animals and people while the Arizona Department of Agriculture does little to stop them
The Center for Agribusiness and Equine Science was supposed to help desegregate the Phoenix Union High School District. Now the same lawsuit that created it is shutting it down.