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U.S. Animal Agriculture's Future Role In World Food Production

A World With 10 Billion People Will Need Support Starting Now
2017 NIAA Annual Conference: U.S. Animal Agriculture's Future Role In World Food Production
National Institute for Animal Agriculture

Growing world food supplies are of concern to people in agriculture and governments as they look to the year 2050 and the expected population of 10 billion people. The 2017 NIAA Annual Conference: U.S. Animal Agriculture's Future Role In World Food Production - Obstacles & Opportunities, April 4 - 6, Columbus, OH, USA took on these topics and more [link].

This conference offered sessions on the risks of animal diseases, consumer perceptions, and the economics required to produce that future food.

The presentation series is made available to help extend the conversations beyond the halls, out into the producer fields and consumer tables.

Of note is the opening session by Dr. Mark Lyons with Alltech. He offers a refreshing assessment of China because of his direct engagement of the culture, language, and the food [link].

Another interesting session is the closing session by Dr. Lonnie King, Acting Dean, College of Food, Agriculture and Environmental Sciences, The Ohio State University. Dr. King shares his views on Future of Animal Agriculture [link].

All the presentations are available as playlists below: