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KENTUCKY AG TOUR
Alltech / Three Chimneys Farm / Univ of Kentucky
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|ARPAS has approved 18 CEU credits for the 2013 NIAA Annual Conference.|
NIAA Annual Conference, April 15-17, 2013
The world’s population is projected to reach more than 9 billion by 2050, the challenge of feeding a growing global population is daunting and doable, with U.S. animal agriculture expected to play a significant role in meeting this goal.
This year’s NIAA Annual Conference, “Animal Agriculture’s Vision to Feed the World: Merging Values and Technology,” will zero in on this challenge to help feed the world and delve into:
- Meeting the demand for food through technology and knowledge
- Using technology and values to tackle catastrophic disease events and natural disasters
- Translating and communicating advancements in agriculture to consumers
Conference speakers will share innovative technologiesundefinedthose available today and others in the pipelineundefinedthat can advance food production. . . and they will navigate challenging and emotionally charged issues tied to food production.
“The past two conferences brought these two topicsundefinedtechnology and consumer valuesundefinedto the forefront, and we need to examine the best ways to marry the two for the benefit of consumers, animal agriculture and a growing, hungry world,” states Dr. Robert Fourdranie, chair of NIAA’s Annual Conference.
To register for the conference, please click here.
Foot-and-Mouth Symposium, April 17-18, 2013
A special Foot-and-Mouth Disease (FMD) Symposium will be conducted at the close of the National Institute for Animal Agriculture’s Annual Conference and you are invited to hear the experts and join the conversation regarding the challenges of controlling FMD while maintaining continuity of business. Discussion will center on:
- Government response plans and strategies
- Lessons learned from responses to FMD in other countries
- Identifying strategies needed for managing movement
- Streamlining permitting processes
- Needed biosecurity protocols
“Having perspectives from stakeholders throughout the food supply chain at the table is essential for moving FMD preparedness forward in the United States,” states Dr. Julie Smith, Dairy Extension Specialist from Vermont and Chair of the symposium. “This is your opportunity to provide input and have an impact.”
Click here to register for the NIAA and FMD Symposium.
Conference / Symposium Pricing:
Full Registration, including FMD Symposium - $450
NIAA Members receive a $75 discount
Register before March 15th and receive a $50 discount!
FMD Symposium ONLY - $175