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Protesters are calling on the attorney general to investigate a Fort Collins animal testing company after three beagles allegedly died there.
Tens of thousands of marijuana plants have been put on hold from curation or destroyed all together at 11 different legal pot grow operations in the city of Denver after certain pesticides were discovered being used in grow processes.
Colorado is planning to crack down on pesticide use in the pot industry after thousands of plants have been found treated with unauthorized chemicals.
Social media is buzzing with complaints about Beneful dog food. A federal lawsuit has been filed claiming Beneful killed a dog. Industry and state officials along with some veterinarians are reassuring consumers that Beneful and other pets foods are safe for furry friends.
Unusual billboards are going up around Denver asking that drug testing on beagles be stopped, and they specifically blast one testing lab in Fort Collins.
The Colorado Department of Agriculture says a destructive beetle called the emerald ash borer has been detected in additional places in Boulder.
The Colorado Department of Agriculture has adopted the state’s first industrial hemp rules that went into effect before New Year’s Day.
Officials battling the spread of a destructive beetle in Boulder County have quarantined firewood and ash.
Agriculture officials say an invasive insect responsible for the death of tens of millions of ash trees in almost two dozen states has been detected for the first time in Colorado.