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Millennials are engaging people in conversation on food and agriculture!
Working through problems helps create great opportunities for creating a community of people.

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

More than Nine Billion to Feed in 2050 - Dr. Douglas Southgate, Professor Emeritus, The Ohio State University, from the 2017 NIAA Annual Conference, U.S. Animal Agriculture's Future Role In World Food Production - Obstacles & Opportunities, April 4 - 6, Columbus, OH, USA.

More presentations at http://www.trufflemedia.com/agmedia/conference/2017_niaa_us_animal_ag_fu...

Dr. Lyons' assessment of China is a refreshing one because of his direct engagement of the culture, language, and the food.

Global Consumer Trends and the Opportunity for American Agriculture - Dr. Mark Lyons, Global Vice President & Head of Greater China, Alltech, from the 2017 NIAA Annual Conference, U.S. Animal Agriculture's Future Role In World Food Production - Obstacles & Opportunities, April 4 - 6, Columbus, OH, USA.

More presentations at http://www.trufflemedia.com/agmedia/conference/2017_niaa_us_animal_ag_fu...

Leadership and Responsibility for Antibiotic Stewardship - Kathy Talkington, Project Director, Antimicrobial Resistance, The Pew Charitable Trusts, from the 2016 NIAA Antibiotic Symposium - Working Together For Better Solutions, November 1 - 3, 2016, Herndon, Virginia, USA.

Kathy Talkington, Project Director, Antimicrobial Resistance, The Pew Charitable Trusts, shares data and information with the 2016 NIAA Antibiotic Symposium audience about the growing issues of antibiotic resistance.

Developments in infectious disease surveillance - Dr. Jeff Zimmerman, Vet Diagnostic and Production Animal Medicine, Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory, Iowa State University, from the 2016 North American PRRS Symposium, December 3‐4, 2016, Chicago, Illinois, USA.

Big data and models: Are they really useful in disease management? - Dr. Jim Lowe, University of Illinois, from the 2016 North American PRRS Symposium, December 3‐4, 2016, Chicago, Illinois, USA.

Dr. Jim Lowe, University of Illinois, looks at big data and asks if they are really useful in animal health. Dr. Lowe suggests that animal agriculture is a very complicated and confusing set of systems with variations in many sub-areas, for example biological, mechanical, and human behavior.

What are the research and solutions being developed to tackle PRRS and related swine illnesses?

What are the concerns of swine vets and farm operations? The Leman Conference provides insight.
Allen D. Leman Swine Conference
Allen D. Leman Swine Conference