Convening for Consensus

Exploring Policy, Economics, Welfare, and Research in Lameness Across Species

Join animal agriculture leaders for an inaugural roundtable discussion to explore current research and knowledge regarding causes, prevention methods, and treatment of bone health and lameness disease(s) in food animal species – livestock and poultry. Outputs from the roundtable will include a white paper along with the next steps – plans to address bone health and lameness.

This interactive conversation will take place June 11 – 12, 2024 at Waldrip Hall on the Don Tyson Center for Agricultural Sciences & AgriPark campus in Fayetteville, Arkansas.


Members: $200
Non-members: $250

Become a member to receive meeting discounts and other benefits.

The Roundtable is hosted by the National Institute for Animal Agriculture’s Animal Disease Issues & Emergency Management Council, and was planned by:

  • Lucas Pantaleon, NIAA Council Co-Chair
  • Adnan Alrubaye, University of Arkansas
  • Kaitlyn Briggs, Dairy Management, Inc.
  • Doug Ensley, Boehringer-Ingelheim


Don Tyson Center for Agricultural Sciences & AgriPark 
Waldrip Hall
1371 W Altheimer Dr
Fayetteville, AR 72704