March 21, 2019

NANP Summit 2019

Screen Shot 2019-03-19 at 7.08.52 PMWEDNESDAY, APRIL 10TH, 2019

National Academy of Science

2101 Constitution Ave, NW, Washington DC 20418

7:45am – 4:30pm

Click here to register.

Producing Food with Animals: Sustainability, Efficiency, and Security in the U.S.

Sir Charles Godfray, Oxford University
“Health, sustainability, and equitability: The challenges for animal-sourced foods in the 21st century”

Robin White, Virginia Tech
“Nutritional and greenhouse gas impacts of removing animals from U.S. agriculture”

Michael VandeHaar, Michigan State University
“Nutritional strategies to enhance sustainability and efficiency of the U.S. dairy industry”

Clint Krehbiel, University of Nebraska
“Nutritional strategies related to sustainability and efficiency of the U.S. beef industry”

John Patience, Iowa State University
“Sustainable pork production in the U.S.: Does nutrition have a role beyond economic efficiency?”

Gary Cromwell, University of Kentucky
“Celebration of 100 years of ‘Nutrient Requirement Publications’”

Craig Coon, University of Arkansas
“Nutritional strategies to maintain optimum poultry meat and egg output during the next 25 years”

Ron Hardy, University of Idaho
“Nutritional strategies to enhance sustainability and efficiency of the U.S. aquaculture industry”

Dustin Boler, University of Illinois
“Cultured...well, what is it: A discussion of the techniques, regulation, and outlook for food produced with cultured animal cells”

Paul Lasley, Iowa State University
“Sociological impact of livestock and poultry industries in the U.S.”