2015 Annual Conference &
National Roundtable for Sustainable Aquaculture
Water and the Future of Animal Agriculture
Water. Without doubt the most important and controversial environmental issue on our planet. Water and the Future of Animal Agriculture is the featured topic for the 2015 Annual Conference of the National Institute for Animal Agriculture to be held in Indianapolis, IN in March. How can production agriculture be as sustainable as it can be? How is animal agriculture impacting water quality? Is fracking affecting water quality for animal agriculture? What water regulations need to be in place or changed?
Dr. Lonnie King, Dean of The Ohio State College of Veterinary Medicine, joins SwineCast to discuss the outcomes from the 2014 National Institute for Animal Agriculture Symposium "Antibiotic Use and Resistance – Moving Forward Through Shared Stewardship."
How will this meeting affect future discussions and outcomes?
Proceedings and Presentations for the November 2014 National Institute for Animal Agriculture Hosted Symposium, "Antibiotics Use and Resistance:
are available HERE
or under Publications> Proceedings on the Menu above.Join the National Institute for Animal Agriculture to...
Or view presentations from the Symposium on YouTube at
NIAA Symposium Video Library.
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