The moral certainty of animals has been a major concern in the U.S. and not only farmers but citizens are commenting on what farm animals eat. Moral certainty is another way of saying “beyond a reasonable doubt;” and the moral certainty of animals is measure of certainty among individuals who are A. responsible for livestock B. sell and process livestock. In fact, “the livestock industry is highly regulated by state and federal authorities (Farm Journal, 2013). However, the leading cause of this major problem that affects people of all facets is farmers and their cutting corners by giving livestock corn-feed instead of grass-feed because it’s cheaper. No doubt healthy diets are hard to afford with their decentralization, cost sharing, and participation of stakeholders developing private-to-public sector farms. Despite stakeholders, farmers aren’t the only party responsible for what their livestock eat and because there should be a level of awareness about what livestock eat, farmers mainly are negligent toward what they feed animals in part due to lesser cost.