Animal Welfare Audting And Assurance Offered.

Dec 17, 2012

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Frost, PLLC and FACTA, LLC Join Forces To

Offer Animal Welfare Auditing and Assurance

From a Media Release. 


LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (December 17, 2012) – Frost, PLLC, a leading national accounting firm in animal agriculture, and FACTA, LLC, an established animal welfare audit firm, have united to offer farm animal welfare auditing and assurance services to animal producers and food processors.


The stated goals of this strategic association include helping clients reduce their risk of animal welfare issues through the use of sophisticated risk aversion programs while assuring clients and consumers that the best possible animal care practices are in use and independently verified. Frost partner and spokesperson Daniel Peregrin added, “This association will create the opportunity to draw on the technical skills of Dr. John McGlone and FACTA staff and will expand the audit capabilities and standards of verification on the Frost platform.”


Frost, PLLC is a leading independent accounting firm specializing in providing accounting, tax and consulting services to the agricultural industry. Founded in 1974, the firm has offices in Little Rock and Fayetteville, Arkansas, and Raleigh, North Carolina and serves clients with operations in 48 states and numerous foreign countries. Frost is associated with Moore Stephens, which includes more than 300 independent accounting firms with more than 600 offices in nearly 100 countries.


Farm Animal Care Training and Auditing (FACTA, LLC), led by world-renowned experts in animal handling and welfare, has been conducting independent, professional, science-based animal care training and auditing services for over 10 years. These services are based on individual farm benchmarking by credentialed auditors and educators in an exclusive peer reviewed process.


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