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2016 Animal Agriculture's Future: Action Please

2016 Animal Agriculture's Future: Action Please

Animal Agriculture's Future: Action Please
May 5 - 6, 2016, Arlington, VA, USA.

This Animal Agriculture Alliance Stakeholders Summit event brought together a great mix of people to help connect, educate, and protect agriculture, farming, and food. This two day event was streamed (see right column) and selected presentations are being published on this page.

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Morning May 5th Session

From the 2016 Animal Agriculture Alliance Summit - “Securing Animal Agriculture's Future: Action, Please!”

 

Afternoon May 5th Session

From the 2016 Animal Agriculture Alliance Summit - “Securing Animal Agriculture's Future: Action, Please!”

 

Morning May 5th sessions

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What Do Consumers Really Want? Jan Johnson, Principal with Millennium Research, Inc. provides some direction.

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What and where will the 2016 elections take agriculture?

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What is the consumer perspective on the food side of the agriculture equation?

 

Afternoon May 5th sessions

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College students share their interests and approaches to engaging consumers interested in learning more about agriculture, food, and their connection to day to day living.

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What are the conversations on antibiotics and agriculture? What are the consumer concerns and how are farms and ranchers addressing the questions. What about the agriculture pharmaceutical companies and the changes they are taking on?

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What can organizations and companies do to to listen, engage, and connect with people and food and agriculture?

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What are the key message for food producers when they are connecting with consumers?

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How does getting your story heard and working with the media to extend its reach actually work?

 

Morning May 6th sessions

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Should the alter of religion be a place of activism on food and agriculture?

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Learn how one farmer decided to tackle the continuous marketing hype ("all natural", "sustainable", "gluten-free", etc) through a personal journey to share his farm everyday on social media.

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How can companies connect, engage, and encouraging people to reach out around food and agriculture?

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How are companies tackling the issues that are pressing in their world of food and agriculture?