Posted May 9, 2014
Yesterday, JBS and Temple Grandin signed a technical cooperation agreement at the Beef Sumit Brasil event in Riberao Preto, according to an article by Meatingplace available here.
According to the agreement, Grandin will “seek to evaluate and improve the company’s animal welfare and handling practices in Brazil.”  This agreement is in addition to the agreement already established in the United States.
The “new collaboration will validate animal welfare practices in Brazil-based JBS plants and feedlots.”  The agreement also aims to improve plant operations and support JBS in working with producers to bring good animal welfare practices to the farm level.


For more information on animal welfare, please visit the National Agricultural Law Center’s website here.