Get educated about industrial farming. Get educated about Tyson: they have a long record of environmental violations. The contract farmer arrangements they make are questionable. Use this information to help you decide what you want for your community.


Held Hostage by Tyson: An Iowa Town’s Dilemma

Mason City Turns Away $240 Million Hog Plant

Tyson Foods Kills Rural Towns

In a Small Missouri Town, Immigrants Turn to Schools for Help

Nebraska Town Says “No”

Paying the Price of Living Too Close to Chicken Farms

Industrial Farming

How Antibiotics Changed the Way the World Eats

Understanding Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations and Their Impact on Communities

Poultry Manure Planning

Industrial Chicken Farmers

State Requirements for Poultry Farms

“Chickens”, Last Week Tonight

Poultry processors face lawsuit over grower pay

Poultry matter: What do that do with all that chicken waste?

The cruel reality the people who bring you cheap chicken allegedly endure

Why don’t Poultry Workers Just Quit?

Why is Tyson Foods Still Stealing from it’s Workers?

Powerful Documentary Blows Whistle on Chicken Industry

The High Human Cost of Chicken


Tyson #1 Water Polluter Among Agribusinesses

Poisoned Waters

Tyson Foods Dumps More Pollution Into Waterways than Exxon Mobile

Fire Department Investigates Large Ammonia Leak

Tyson Pleads Guilty to 20 Felonies and Agrees to Pay $7.5 Million for Water Violations

Corporate Agribusiness and the Fouling of America’s Waterways

Tyson Foods Could Very Well be America’s Worst Water Polluter

Tyson Foods, Inc. Clean Air Act Settlement, 2013 (EPA)