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Shows related to energy. Like bio fuel, oil, renewable energy, sustainable energy, etc.
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

There are always going to be views about food and agriculture consumers think is right but is factually wrong. What are people in agriculture doing about this?
Animal Agriculture Alliance

Insights from Swine Veterinarians From Their Annual Conference

Pork Capital focuses on regulation and understanding pit foam safety.
2016 Iowa Pork Congress
2016 Iowa Pork Congress

Water, Water, Water: Where are we going, what is missing?
2015 NIAA Water and the Future of Animal Agriculture
2015 National Institute for Animal Agriculture

The future of agriculture is the future of food. They are tied together. What are people doing about it?
2015 The Journey to Extraordinary
Animal Agriculture Alliance

Alan Weber, Economist and Founding Partner, MARC-IV, states biodiesel demand for animal fats generates an additional revenue stream for the livestock industry. So the biodiesel and livestock sectors are tied together in the future success. Mr. Weber shares the connection points and the economics for both groups.

Mr. Weber closes with thoughts on the need to maintain the stakeholder connections for their success into the future.

Kaleb Little, Communications Manager, National Biodiesel Board, shares the opportunities agriculture and biodiesel have in the future. Mr. Little highlights why biodiesel is important and what needs to happen to sustain the ecosystem.

Fueling Livestock Profitability - Kaleb Little, Communications Manager, National Biodiesel Board, from the 2015 Animal Agriculture Alliance Stakeholders Summit, The Journey to Extraordinary, May 6 - 7, 2015, Kansas City, MO, USA.

More presentations at http://www.trufflemedia.com/agmedia/conference/2015-the-journey-to-extra...

Roger Cady, Global Sustainability Lead, Elanco, shares an opening view of what sustainability is and is not. He believes the idea of sustainability will not go away and must be meet head on. Mr. Cady provides information on what consumers believe and care about.

The challenges? Sustainable practices must be a continuous process whose management must take in the ideas of tradition and change to be effective. Mr. Cady closes with the idea that raising the standard of living for farmers must be measured, whose data is incorporated into the sustainability continuous process.

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