The National Institute for Animal Agriculture webinar series began April 9
The National Institute for Animal Agriculture (NIAA) will be hosting a webinar series focused on the Future of Global Protein. The webinar series will began on Thursday, April 9, and will be hosted weekly until Thursday, May 28, except for April 30 and May 7. Each webinar will begin at 2 p.m. CST.
By engaging in this webinar series, participants will gain an understanding of where the protein conversation is headed, how global population shifts affect protein requirements, what changes are occurring in protein production and will leave with the tools to more effectively engage, in protein conversations with influencers and fellow food and agriculture leaders.
Webinar attendees will be able to hear from and engage with experts who understand how people perceive protein and its production. The speakers for this six-episode webinar series are:
- Jack Britt, Jack Britt Consulting presenting:
How can we ensure a leading role for USA animal protein in the world of the future?
- Michael Uetz, Midan Marketing presenting:
Keeping it real for tomorrow’s consumers: How can the U.S. animal agriculture industry support retailers, restaurants and e-commerce companies to keep meat on the consumers’ plate?
- Kerryann Kocher, Rock Road Consulting presenting:
- Sasha Gennet, The Nature Conservancy
- Raja Ramachandran, RIPE.IO
- Don Close, Rabo AgriFinance
To register and learn more about the speakers visit- https://www.animalagriculture.org/2020-V. If you are unable to tune in live, webinars also will be recorded for later viewing.
The National Institute for Animal Agriculture (NIAA) was established to derive solutions on the most current issues in animal agriculture. Its members include farmers and ranchers, veterinarians, scientists, government and allied industry representatives. NIAA is dedicated to programs that work toward the eradication of diseases that pose a risk to the health of animals, wildlife and humans. It also promotes a safe and wholesome food supply and best practices for animal health and well-being as well as environmental stewardship. More information is available at animalagriculture.org