animal agriculture

What Can Animal Frontiers Tell Us?

Animal Frontiers The American Society of Animal Science (ASAS), Canadian Society of Animal Science (CSAS), and the European Federation of Animal Science (EAAP) launched a new print publication at the Joint Association Meeting (JAM) in New Orleans. Animal Frontiers aims to help bring animal science information to a broad audience with concise and focused series four times a year.
Each issue of Animal Frontiers will address a common theme with leading authors in those areas addressing various aspects of the theme. Animal Frontiers is published quarterly with an intended international readership of scientists, politicians, industry leaders and the general public seeking a scientific perspective on issues related to animal agriculture.

Are There Feed Availability Issues?

feed availability Audrey Adamson, National Pork Producers Association VP of Public Policy, discusses NPPC's work in Washington to consider options and solutions for feed availability issues likely to arise this fall.

Rod Smith - Investigations of HSUS Investigations


Investigations of HSUS Investigations - Rod Smith, Staff Editor & Writer, Feedstuffs, from the 2011 Annual Conference of the National Institute for Animal Agriculture, April 11 - 14, San Antonio, TX USA.

Hugh Whaley - USFRA: Building trust in today’s agriculture


USFRA: Building trust in today’s agriculture - Hugh Whaley, General Manager, U.S. Farmers and Ranchers Alliance, from the 2011 Annual Conference of the National Institute for Animal Agriculture, April 11 - 14, San Antonio, TX USA.

Matt Sutton-Vermeulen - Food Plate Tectonics: Thriving on the fault line


Food Plate Tectonics: Thriving on the fault line - Matt Sutton-Vermeulen, Unison Resource Company, representing Global Roundtable for Sustainable Beef (GRSB), from the 2011 Annual Conference of the National Institute for Animal Agriculture, April 11 - 14, San Antonio, TX USA.

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