Next session, the Vermont Supreme court will hear a case about whether or
not pet owners can collect non-economic damages when their animal dies from
negligence. VPR’s Jane Lindholm speaks with a lawyer involved in the case and a veterinarian about its implications.
The image of the farmer or logger working with horses or oxen is part of American frontier lore.
The tradition today not only survives, thereâ€™s a renewed interest in it.
This weekend at the Tunbridge Fairgrounds enthusiasts will gather to swap stories, exchange information and reflect on why they rely on four-legged power to get the job done.
State officials are encouraging Vermonters who have “advance directives” to put them in an online registry; a student from Rutland has won a college scholarship for her ideas about kitchen technology of the future; one of the issues that will be debated in the federal farm bill this fall is a national tracking program designed to protect consumers from the spread of animal disease; an agency that advises Congress says the U.S. Department of Agriculture should figure out a way to integrate state programs to keep costs down and focus on animals that pose serious risks.