October 28, 2013

ASAS Heads to Capitol Hill to host our second Snack and Fact

SnackFactLogoASAS “Snack and Fact” Briefings

The Contribution Of Animal Production To Global Food Security

Oct. 28, 2013 / 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm

1300 Longworth House Office Building • Washington, DC

Presented by American Society of Animal Science (ASAS)

Snack & Fact Full Program


12:00 to 12:05         Welcome
Walt Smith and Lowell Randel; FASS Science Policy Directors

12:05 to 12:10          Introduction & Goals
Dr. Rod Hill (University of Idaho), ASAS Public Policy Committee

12:10 to 12: 30         New Technologies Vs Global Food Security – A Dilemma Of Global Proportions
Dr. Clint Krehbiel (Oklahoma State University)

12:30 to 12:50          Cattle Biotechnologies Reduce Environmental Impact And Help Feed A Growing Planet
Dr. Frank Mitloehner (University of California-Davis)

12:50 to 1:00            Wrap-Up and Discussion
Dr. Deb Hamernik; Chair, ASAS Public Policy Committee