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Living in a World of Decreasing Resources & Increading Regulation: How to Advance Animal Agriculture

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   ARPAS has approved 18 CE credits for the 2012 NIAA Annual Conference.

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Building on NIAA's 2011 Annual Conference theme, Consumers' Stake in Today's Food Production: Meeting Growing Production Demands, the 2012 conference will focus on how decreasing resources, both natural and financial, as well as increasing regulations are making it difficult for animal agriculture to advance. With issues such as drought, tight credit, increased capital requirements, environmental regulations, more demanding animal care standards, and misinformation about how animals are raised, animal agriculture is in an important period of change.
The 2012 Annual Conference of the National Institute for Animal Agriculture will explore the many issues facing the industry. We will discuss how animal agriculture can be advanced through understanding the intricacies involved with the limited resources available and continued pressure to further regulate how animals are produced.
This year's conference includes an important and interesting tour of animal agriculture along the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains.

National Institute for Animal Agriculture • 13570 Meadowgrass Drive, Suite 201 • Colorado Springs, Colorado 80921
Phone: (719) 538-8843 • Fax: (719) 538-8847 • Email: niaa@animalagriculture.org

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