CropVillage update for April 30, 2010, Systems-Based Approach to Assessing and Protecting Food and Agriculture

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Systems-Based Approach to Assessing and Protecting Food and Agriculture

MP3 fileKate Leese Burgers, MPH, James Lee Witt Associates, shares her presentation on a systems-based approach to assessing and protecting food and agriculture.

Precision Ag Discussion

Precision ag technologies drive new #agtech talk In agriculture, technology being used today is very different than 5 years ago. The future will continue to bring new ways of making, marketing, and selling agriculture products. #AgTech on Twitter, 12-1pm CDT April 30, 2010 starts a conversation on agriculture technology and its impact. CropVillage will publish conversations upon completion.

Update on Traceability.

From BeefCast: MP3 fileRichard Breitmeyer, California State Veterinarian, provides an update on traceability, in two parts (part 1 and part 2).

Agri-Marketers Recognize Generational Needs

New Ag Media Model Paulsen Marketing published market research on two generational agri-professional points of view. Some observations: Digital media is supplementing traditional media, not replacing it, The source of information is more important than the channel, and Digital media is scalable and can be a cost-efficient media to test. This research contains several video conversations with producers across several ag industry segments and demographics.

Fresh presentations from the 2010 NIAA One Health: Implications for Animal Agriculture

Video fileVideo: Food Safety Issues for Salmonella in Pork Dr. Liz Wagstrom, National Pork Board.

Additional presentations available for the Opening Session, Animal Care, Animal Identification, Emerging Diseases, and International Trade.

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