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 Last Updated:   May 7, 2012
 
Framing the Challenges to Animal Agriculture (5-1-12)
Sheep Industry News
 
Animal Disease Could Threaten Meat Exports (4-11-12)
Drovers CattleNetwork
 
Federal Livestock Tracking Rule Nears Release (4-11-12)
Ag Journal
 
Vets, Auctions Adapt to Electronic Age (4-11-12)
Ag Journal
 
Advancing Animal Agriculture (4-10-12)
Drovers CattleNetwork
 
Embracing the Challenges of Feeding a Growing World (4-9-12)
Farm Futures
 
Animal Agriculture Can Turn Challenges Into Opportunities (4-6-12)
Progressive Dairyman
 
Framing the Challenges to Animal Ag (4-3-12)
Drovers CattleNetwork
 
USDA Continues Development of National ID Plan (4-2-12)
DairyHerd Network
 
Cost of Increased Regulations on Animal Ag (3-31-12)
Brownfield Ag News
Audio: Andre Williamson (6:39 mp3)
 
Emerging Economies & The U.S. Livestock Industry (3-30-12)
BEEF Magazine
 
Finding Middle Ground In A Regulatory World (3-30-12)
BEEF Magazine
 
The Economic Effects of Regulations (3-28-12)
Brownfield Ag News
Audio: David Anderson (8:33 mp3)
 
How Bad Could It Be? (3-28-12)
Drovers CattleNetwork
 
UEP Head Defends Egg Bill (3-28-12)
Brownfield Ag News
Audio: Gene Gregory (9:08 mp3)
 
Why Not Model Federal Legislation After Ohio? (3-28-12)
Brownfield Ag News
Audio: Dr. Tony Forshey, State Veterinarian, Ohio (7:35 mp3)
 
Agriculture Dealing with 'Mis-Match' of Information (3-27-12)
Feedstuffs
 
Antibiotics in the Beef Industry (3-27-12)
Brownfield Ag News
Audio: Gatz Riddell (6:04 mp3)
 

 

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