In a somewhat surprising development yesterday, the Ohio Livestock Care Standards Board reversed its earlier position on draft standards for veal housing and voted to continue to allow calves under 10 weeks of age to be tethered in stalls after Dec. 31, 2017. The previously adopted standard, which was reversed, only allowed tethering of calves under 10 weeks of age after 2017 if the tether was of sufficient length to allow the calf to turn around.
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COLUMBUS, OHIO — JULY 1, 2010 — The Ohio Veterinary Medical Association (OVMA) commends the efforts of Gov. Ted Strickland, the Humane Society of the United States, and livestock organizations to reach a consensus on important animal care and well-being issues. The evolving nature of animal welfare discussions in Ohio were advanced by these dialogues.