Conference Connection

2012 National Institute for Animal Agriculture Annual Meeting

2012 NIAA Living in a World of Decreasing Resources & Increasing Regulation 2012 National Institute for Animal Agriculture Annual Meeting, March 26 - 29, 2012, Denver, CO, USA. Producers, regulators, industry and NGO representatives gathered to go deep on everything from animal identification to disease management and increasing costs. Participants said it was the best NIAA conference yet!

2012 Midwest Dairy Conference

2012 Midwest Dairy Conference 2012 Midwest Dairy Conference focused on forage fundamentals and management best practices. Presentations included retired extension specialist David Fischer's comments on "Managing for Optimum Forage Quality" and JBS United's Joel Vasquez work on the use of Rumensin in controlled energy diets during the dry period.

2011 NIAA Antibiotic Use In Food Animals

2011 NIAA Antibiotic Use In Food Animals 2011 NIAA Antibiotic Use In Food Animals The use of antibiotics in animal agriculture fuels discussion based on few facts and much misinformation. Dispel many of those myths as you review these presentations from the National Institute for Animal Agriculture's 2011 Antibiotic Use In Food Animals conference, held October 26-27, 2011, Chicago, IL, USA.

2011 NIAA Consumer's Stake in Today's Food Production

2011 NIAA Conference 2011 NIAA Consumer's Stake in Today's Food Production April 11 - 14, 2011, San Antonio, TX, USA. There has never been a time in which consumers were more interested in the origin of their food supply. Agriculture in the U.S. has proudly developed the most productive, safest, readily available source of wholesome nutrition in the world’s history. And consumers today expect no less. This conference brings new perspectives and calls to action on agriculture engaging consumers.

2010 NIAA Annual Conference

2010 NIAA One Health: Implications for Animal Agriculture Presentations from the 2010 NIAA annual conference, held March 15 - 17, 2010, Kansas City, MO, are now available. Highlights include Ballot Initiatives: The Ohio experience and Working Together to Battle Tuberculosis in Humans and Cattle.
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