The Sustainable Livestock Production Convening Event will explore challenges, innovations and future directions in sustainable livestock production. The convening event will provide a unique forum for leaders from academia, industry, farm groups and U.S. government – public, private and nonprofit organizations – to identify knowledge gaps, high-impact targets for program development and opportunities for cross-sector collaboration.
Session 1: Feed and nutrition, health and welfare under changing production practices
- Dr. Jayson Lusk, Purdue University: Economic and social considerations in livestock production.
- Dr. Sara Place, National Cattlemen’s Beef Association: Beef production.
- Dr. Juan Tricarico, Innovation Center for U.S.: Dairy production.
- Dr. Luis Tedeschi, Texas A&M University College Station: Nutritional modeling.
- Dr. Juan Loor, University of Illinois Urbana-Champagne: Systems approaches to animal performance.
- Dr. Rachel Hawken, Cobb-Vantress: Broiler production.
Session 2: Environmental sustainability
- Dr. Frank Mitloehner, UC Davis: Air quality research.
- Mr. Allan Stokes, National Pork Board: Pork production.
- Mr. Steve Rowe, CEO Newtrient: Nutrient recovery and management in livestock production.
- Dr. Hongwei Xin, Iowa State University: Egg production.
- Dr. Marty Matlock, University of Arkansas: Ecological engineering.
515 20th Street NW Washington DC 20006
A block of rooms at a discounted rate of $179/night is available for participants at the Courtyard Washington Marriott in Washington, DC’s Foggy Bottom neighborhood, a short walk from the event location.
Reserve a room online or call the Marriott directly at 1.800.228.929 and mention the Foundation for Food and Agriculture Research room block.
Please book your room by Friday, November 3 to take advantage of the group rate.
The National Academy of Sciences building is at 2101 Constitution Ave, 0.4 miles (a 7 minute walk) from the Courtyard Washington, DC/Foggy Bottom Marriott.
This event is made possible by generous support from the following sponsors:
National Corn Growers Association
Ohio Soybean Council