Our Mission

We Support Agriculture (WSA), a coalition comprised of the Nebraska Cattlemen Association, Nebraska State Dairy Association, Nebraska Farm Bureau Federation, Nebraska Pork Producers Association, and Nebraska Poultry Industries, Inc., represents livestock producers who recognize their obligation to provide for the well-being of their animals and to raise them in a humane and compassionate manner. The coalition continues to work to increase the understanding of and appreciation for animal agriculture and modern production practices, and to bring transparency to entities with agendas which ignore science and threaten farm families, global consumers, our way of life, and Nebraska’s economy.


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Our Supporters – WSA Statement of Support

Agriculture, being the top industry in Nebraska, is vital to the state’s economic success. One out of every four jobs is affiliated with agriculture. Livestock production annually contributes billions of dollars to Nebraska’s economic well-being. Nebraska’s farmers and ranchers are responsible, caring individuals and families who utilize best practices in maintaining the welfare of their animals. Producers and consumers must be made aware of the deceptive and damaging activities of extreme animal rights groups.

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Learning about where our food comes from...!!

North American Meat Institute: Cancer Labels on Meat Products Not Warranted.

http://www.swineweb.com/north-american-meat-institute-cancer-labels-meat-products-not-warranted/

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The Humane Society's Descent Into Abolitionist Veganism. This isn't what well-meaning farmers were signing up for.

From the Red River farm Network:

Be Alert to the Threat of Activists — The Animal Ag Alliance is asking law enforcement and policymakers to take a strong stance against animal activist groups who aren’t respecting the safety of animals and private property or abiding by state law. This announcement comes after an animal activist group, Direct Action Everywhere, released video footage of a California egg farm. The activists didn’t receive permission to enter the farm for the footage, but felt they had the right to enter the property because they suspected animal cruelty. “This is very alarming for many reasons," said Hannah Thompson-Warren, communications director, Animal Ag Alliance. "The first is disregard for private property and the law and second, it’s the threat it produces to animals. Biosecurity is a principle for a very important reason. It’s about protecting animals from disease threats.” The Alliance reminds farmers and ranchers to remain vigilant and aware of threats posed by activists.

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