Geni Wren

Vigilance depends on ag's support, too

Today at the 4th FBI International Symposium on Agroterrorism in Kansas City, Mo., Kansas Sen. Pat Roberts spoke about agroterrorism threats and the prevention of agroterrorism to 750 people at the conference. FULL STORY »

Jaax discusses agroterrorism, NBAF Play video

At the 4th FBI International Symposium on Agroterrorism in Kansas City, Mo., this week, Jerry Jaax, DVM, ACLAM, Associate Vice President for Research Compliance and veterinarian at Kansas State Unviersity, discussed agroterrorism and the National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility (NBAF) that is planned for Manhattan, Kan. FULL STORY »

KSU's International Animal Health and Food Safety Institute - Ribbon-cutting Play video

Kansas State University's new Olathe, Kan. campus had its grand opening April 26 with more than 1,000 supporters in attendance, including Gov. Sam Brownback. FULL STORY »

FBI agroterrorism symposium discusses new threats Play video

At the 4th FBI International Sympsoium on Agroterrorism this week in Kansas City, FBI Special-Agent-In-Charge Craig Watz discusses how this year's symposium covers new ground, and how important collaboration between the agriculture industry and law enforcement is in identifying and preventing agroterrorism. FULL STORY »

Vigilance depends on ag's support, too Play video

At the 4th FBI International Symposium on Agroterrorism in Kansas City, Mo., Kansas Senator Pat Roberts spoke about agroterrorism threats and the prevention of agroterrorism to 750 people at the conference. FULL STORY »

FBI kicks off agroterrorism symposium

This week the Federal Bureau of Investigation kicked off the 4th International Symposium on Agroterrorism in Kansas City, Mo. The 750+ in attendance represented local, state and federal law enforcement, the military, the scientific and veterinary communities and other government entities such as USDA, and 22 countries were represented. FULL STORY »

Cutting feed and reproduction costs

New strategies to reduce the cost of production include more efficient nutrient use by the animals and improvements in their lifetime production efficiency. Instead of feeding more to pregnant and lactating cows that need additional nutrients during this period, ARS scientists are trying to make the cows more efficient so they'll need less feed. FULL STORY »

Times Square billboard pokes HSUS

A new HumaneWatch billboard was put up in New York City’s Times Square last week that criticizes the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) for its deceptive fundraising practices. FULL STORY »

NIAA Honors Three

The National Institute for Animal Agriculture honored three outstanding individuals at its annual conference on Tuesday, April 12, in San Antonio, Texas. FULL STORY »

Can we feed a 2050 world?

Last week the Global Harvest Initiative (GHI) released the first of five policy issue briefs bringing a global focus to meeting the agricultural needs of a rapidly growing global population by increasing the rate of agricultural productivity; a recent GHI report suggests that the rate of agricultural productivity must increase at a minimum of 25% per year to meet future demand and double output over the next 40 years. FULL STORY »

Bilingual cattle management training certification offered

An online non-ambulatory cattle management training program that allows tracking of the people who have completed the training is now available in English and Spanish for animal caregivers on beef and dairy cattle operations. FULL STORY »

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