NIAA Announces Brand Refresh

NIAA announces new strategic vision: to be the leading resource for the animal agriculture industry and provides value to all stakeholders involved in providing safe and healthy food for the world.

Weekly News Bulletin: January 28, 2021

  Plant-based diets and climate change solutions Food Navigator Opinion poll: majority view climate as “global emergency” but plant-based diet is not desired solution. Read more   Biotech-feed giant partnership explores bacteriophage potentialAquaculture Alliance Poland-based companies set out to broaden the fish health management toolboxes. Read more   More news in ANIMAL AGRICULTURE Antibiotic sales for […]

Weekly News Bulletin: January 21, 2021

What to Expect for Animal Agriculture in a Biden AdministrationNational Institute for Animal Agriculture There are many topics ranging from trade to competition issues, where animal agriculture could see potential action with the new administration.  Read more   Memorandum of Understanding between USDA and FDA on genetic engineeringDrovers The USDA has announced the MOU with […]

Paradigm: What to Expect for Animal Agriculture in a Biden Administration

Each month NIAA sends a members-only newsletter, Paradigm, that focuses on current events and topics important to animal agriculture. Our guest writers are informed leaders in the animal agriculture industry that provide expert information and opinions important to our industry. With the transition to the new administration, NIAA would like to share this member-only benefit […]

Weekly News Bulletin: January 14, 2021

  As a leader in animal agriculture preparing for 2021, please save the dates for the National Institute for Animal Agriculture’s 2021 annual conference and 11th Annual NIAA Antibiotic Symposium. We look forward to continuing to convene the depth and breadth of animal agriculture as, together, we learn, discuss, and collaborate on issues affecting the […]

Weekly News Bulletin: January 7, 2021

Robots in AquacultureDee Shore, NC State CALS Researchers are testing robots to improve oyster production on the North Carolina coastline. Read more   Custom Prime Beef Packers Greg Henderson A 500-head per day custom beef packing plant plans to open later this month in Missouri. Read more     More news in ANIMAL AGRICULTURE Jimmy Dean adds […]