USA: Vale Wood Farms Becomes Second Dairy to Qualify For American Humane Association Free Farmed Label
The American Humane Association (AHA) and Farm Animal Services (FAS) today announced that Vale Wood Farms of Loretto, Pennsylvania is the second dairy in the nation to qualify for the Free Farmed label. The label, unveiled this past fall, is the first-ever program to certify that farm animals are raised in a humane manner. A Free Farmed label on products ensures consumers that the milk they purchase from Vale Wood Farms comes from animals that were treated according to animal welfare standards developed by AHA.
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