Ag-Gag: Good or Bad? Many states are aiming to put in place "ag-gag" laws to stop undercover filming on farms and ranches. What is an "Ag Gag" law and how does it impact farmers, ranchers, and the public? This AgChat conversation looks at the issues. Are you in a state with Ag-Gag laws?
Farm King Transparency Special guests Farm Kings (@FarmKings) join the #AgChat conversation about transparency in agriculture and how they approach their show on GAC. How should farmers and ranchers approach telling their story? How can one handle the trolls? And what actually is involved in making a TV show?
Doing what’s right vs. looking for the camera - Lynn Becker, Pork Producer; Sherrie Niekamp, M.S., National Pork Board; Cindy Cunningham, National Pork Board, from the 2012 World Pork Expo, June 6-8, Des Moines, Iowa, USA.
Agriculture’s Voice in Today’s Media - Janie Gabbett, Meatingplace Executive Editor, from the Animal Ag Alliance Stakeholders Summit, Real Farmers Real Food, Celebrating Tradition and Technology, May 2-3, Arlington, VA, USA.
What are the USDA Food And Nutrition Programs?To many, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is just about agriculture. But it offers much more than that. The USDA offers services and support to many families that utilize the output of agriculture: food. In this FoodChat, USDA Under Secretary Kevin Concannon, Food, Nutrition & Consumer Services, shares more about what is offered.
Aaron Putze, Director External Relations, Iowa Soybean Association, shares how farmers and producers in Iowa are developing several campaigns like the Iowa Food and Family and the Live Healthy Iowa Kids projects to help agri-professionals own the message, develop a model of transparency, and be involved in conversations with consumers.