The Foster Our Future event held in Washington, D.C., this week showcased how research and science are changing the food and agriculture landscape. Hosted by the Foundation for Food and Agriculture Research (FFAR), the event brought together stakeholders from the federal government, commodity groups and trade associations, including the American Feed Industry Association, and executives from major companies, nonprofits and philanthropists to tackle some of the greatest challenges facing food and agriculture.
It's an interesting perspective for sure ?
livestock as a solution provider and not "the
problem" as so many people would want us
to believe. Of course, it is something we
have known all along in the animal food
The American Feed Industry Association recently attended the Animal Agriculture Alliance's (AAA) board of directors meeting. AFIA serves on the Alliance's board or directors, as AFIA is a founding member of the Alliance. The recent board meeting discussed various items of interest to AFIA members.
University of California-Davis animal scientist and air quality extension specialist, Frank Mitloehner, Ph.D., testified last week in front of the U.S. Senate Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry Committee during its hearing on "Climate Change and the Agriculture Sector."