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Shift Happens: Embrace the Change, Lead the Way

Shift Happens: Embrace the Change, Lead the WayShift Happens: Embrace the Change, Lead the Way Nick Tasler, Author, helps you figure out what change means for you and your company [video].

Panel - Don’t Fear the Future

Don’t Fear the Future: A Discussion About the Challenges and Opportunities AheadA Discussion About the Challenges and Opportunities Ahead In a panel moderated by Dr. John Waddell (Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica, Senior Professional Services Veterinarian), Dr. Dave Bomgaars (President at RC Family Farms and Orange City Veterinary Clinic), Dr. Jim Lowe (Associate Professor and Director of the i-Learning Center, College of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Illinois), and Bill Davis (Boehringer Ingelheim Director of Government Affairs) discuss the issues of critical importance today with the pork industry and thoughts on the future [video].

Dr. Michael Murtaugh - 30 Years of PRRS: A Platform for Progress-Pijoan Lecture


30 Years of PRRS: A Platform for Progress-Pijoan Lecture - Dr. Michael Murtaugh, from the 2018 Allen D. Leman Swine Conference, September 15-18, 2018, St. Paul, Minnesota, USA.

Dr. Rebecca Liu - Cooperation, Competition, and Coopetition


Cooperation, Competition, and Coopetition - Dr. Rebecca Liu, from the 2017 Allen D. Leman Swine Conference, September 16-19, 2017, St. Paul, Minnesota, USA.

The Five Trends That Will Make Ag Even Better

Best Time Ever To Be In Agriculture, The Five Trends That Will Make It Even Better!Best Time Ever To Be In Agriculture, The Five Trends That Will Make It Even Better! Dr. Lowell Catlett retired as a Regents Professor in Agricultural Economics and Agricultural Business and Extension Economics and the Dean and Chief Administrative Officer of the College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences at New Mexico State University in July 2015. Dr. Catlett shares a futurist's view of technologies and their implications on the way we will live and work. [video].

Dr. Lowell Catlett - Best Time Ever To Be In Agriculture, The Five Trends That Will Make It Even Better!


Best Time Ever To Be In Agriculture, The Five Trends That Will Make It Even Better! - Dr. Lowell Catlett, Regents Professor in Agricultural Economics and Agricultural Business and Extension Economics and the Dean of the College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences at New Mexico State University, Retired, from the 2017 Iowa Pork Congress, January 25-26, Des Moines, IA, USA.

The Future In Agriculture Is Bright

Best Time Ever To Be in AgricultureBest Time Ever To Be in Agriculture Dr. Lowell Catlett, retired Dean of the College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences at New Mexico State University, shares thoughts on the future of agriculture while weaving in threads of technology's future and consumer demand throughout. Dr. Catlett, with enthusiasm and spirit, says this is the best time to be in agriculture [video].

Dr. Lowell Catlett - Best Time Ever To Be in Agriculture


Best Time Ever To Be in Agriculture - Dr. Lowell Catlett, Regents Professor in Agricultural Economics and Agricultural Business and Extension Economics and the Dean of the College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences at New Mexico State University, Retired, from the 2017 Minnesota Pork Congress, January 17 - 18, 2017, Minneapolis, MN, USA.

Dr. Bradley Wolter, Dr. Aaron Gaines, Ms. Julie Berling - Growth Of A Pig Production Business


Growth Of A Pig Production Business: Consumer Challenges, Strategy, and Opportunities - Dr. Bradley Wolter, President, Dr. Aaron Gaines, VP, of Technology & Support Operation, and Julie Berling, Senior Director, Strategic Insights and Communications, The Maschhoffs, from the 2016 Allen D. Leman Swine Conference, September 17-20, 2016, St. Paul, Minnesota, USA.

Weather, Weather, Weather!

Weather Outlook 2016 & BeyondWeather Outlook 2016 & Beyond Dr. Elwynn Taylor, Iowa State University, provides an update on how weather has impacted / helped farmers. Dr. Taylor provides background info on how weather history has changed and what it means for farmers today. Dr. Taylor emphasizes risk management is a key element on crop management and farmers need to get serious on using risk management techniques [video].
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