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2009 The Changing Face of Agriculture Presentations

NIAA 2009 Annual Meeting The Changing Face of Agriculture, March 31 - April 1, Louisville, Kentucky, USA.

The Changing Face of Animal Agriculture

The Changing Face of Animal Agriculture The Changing Face of Animal Agriculture March 31 - April 1, 2009, Louisville, Kentucky, USA. Consumers are influencing the way food is grown, sold, purchased, and shared. Farmers and ranchers need to connect with them to stay relevant. This series of presentations covers some of the issues and opportunities.

DairyCast 0247, The benefits and costs of on-farm cultures

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  • Pam Ruegg, University of Wisconsin, addresses the benefits and cost of performing on farm cultures

Presentations from the 2009 Silage Research Roundtable.


Episode list on the right side of the player. For full screen, click on player below.

SSLC 2009: Conference Survey Highlights


Highlights of 2009 Silage-Specific Leadership Conference survey:
(Ratings were based on a scale of 1 to 6, with 1 being poor and 6 being excellent.)

DairyCast 0246, Ben Yale helps you protect your farm and your employees

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  • Ben Yale, Yale Law Office, highlights what you should know about immigration reform and protecting yourself and your farm

DairyCast 0245, Opportunities to use technology to make education more effective and efficient

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  • Collin Johnson, Pork Industry Center Extension Program Specialist at Iowa State University, explores the opportunities to use technology to make education more effective and efficient

DairyCast 0243, Simplifying EPA dust regulations by Roger McEowen

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  • Roger McEowen, Director of the Center for Agricultural Law & Taxation, explains what you should know about the recent court ruling on the EPA and their regulations of course particulate matter, a.k.a. dust

DairyCast 0242, Top ten stupid things families do to break up their business

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  • Jolene Brown, West Branch, Iowa, demonstrated the top ten stupid things families do to break up their business
  • Learn more about Jolene Brown

DairyCast 0239, Kristen Rowles explains the idea of nutrient trading

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  •  Kristen Rowles, Senior Policy Analyst for Georgia Water Planning and Policy, explains the idea of nutrient trading and how you may benefit from it
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