JULY/AUGUST 2000 VOLUME 21 NUMBER 7 & 8


CORPORATE PIGS AND OTHER TALES OF AGRIBUSINESS

 
Corporate Pigs and Other
Tales of Agribusiness

FEATURE

Freedom to Fail:
How U.S. Farming Policies Have Helped Agribusiness And Pushed Family Farmers Toward Extinction

Ben Lilliston and Niel Ritchie

In Firm Control:
Industrial Concentration in the U.S. Livestock Market

Michael Stumo

Flimflam on the Farm
The American Farm Bureau and the Betrayal of Family Farmers, Taxpayers and the Environmen
t
Vicki Monks
Taking on Corporate Pork
An Interview with Bryce Oates
A Serious Beef with the National Cattlemen's Beef Association
An Interview with Jeanne Charter

The Dirt on Factory Farms
Environmental and Consumer Impacts of Confined Animal Feeding Operations

Mark Floegel

Cover photo: Pile of pigs awaiting disposal after flood, North Carolina.
© Rick Dove, Neuseriver.com

 
DEPARTMENTS

Letters

Behind the Lines

Editorial
Agribusiness Market Hypocrisy
 
The Front
Truth about Trade?
Dioxin Diet


The Lawrence Summers Memorial Award

Interviews
The Case for Small Farms
An Interview with Peter Rosset
In The Fields of Indonesia
An Interview with Nila Ardhianie

Names in the News

Resources