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Farm Visit Reports

Farm Visit Reports ( 5 Files )

Meat Referendum #2 (approved by the Membership in April, 2003) requires prospective suppliers of any meat permitted for sale at GreenStar by Meat Referendum #1 (likewise approved) to agree to visits by GreenStar member volunteers, who will:

A. Monitor and report on:
1. The living conditions of the animals on the farm;
2. The animals’ water sources; and
3. The methods of slaughter of the animals;
B. (And, if the supplier is not certified as organic) Verify whether the animals’ food,
including forage, is [certified] organic [or so verified by GreenStar volunteers]

Find farm visit reports here.


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Gs-jobappform Gs-jobappform

Date added: 06/20/2014
Date modified: 06/20/2014
Filesize: 525.56 kB
Downloads: 876

Gscp-bofd Gscp-bofd

Date added: 12/19/2011
Date modified: 12/19/2011
Filesize: 101.89 kB
Downloads: 823

What Is A GreenStar Ombudsperson What Is A GreenStar Ombudsperson

Date added: 01/29/2012
Date modified: 01/29/2012
Filesize: 73.64 kB
Downloads: 1205
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Membership Manager

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