Oregon Stall Ban Defeated

Activists in Oregon seeking to make it illegal to use gestation stalls or tethers that prevent pigs from turning around, lost their battle to add a ballot initiative in the November election. Activists needed 66,786 signatures by July 2, but fell short of achieving that mark, says Tim Breeding, president of the Oregon Pork Producers Association.

Activists in Oregon seeking to make it illegal to use gestation stalls or tethers that prevent pigs from turning around, lost their battle to add a ballot initiative in the November election.

Activists needed 66,786 signatures by July 2, but fell short of achieving that mark, says Tim Breeding, president of the Oregon Pork Producers Association.