The Foundation for Agronomic Research is a non-profit agronomic research and education organization whose mission is to improve the economic vigor and sustainability of agriculture in North America and around the world, while protecting and enhancing the environment.
When the American Phytopathological Society decides to hold a meeting they get serious about it. You can visit their website for a full (32 page!) brochure.
Here’s a picture I’d really like to see. Max Armstrong and Al Pell co-hosting an event! I think they would make a good pair.
I’ll tell you one thing I don’t want to do on AgWired and that’s get into the whole beef industry issue war. I say “Can’t we all just get along?”
Brother can you spare me a dime? So I can start my own dairy?
Does anyone own a consortium? This seems like one of those “it only makes sense” stories. I mean if you’re going to sequence a wheat genome I think the wheat community should be involved don’t you?
I guess I just missed that there was a nice website for the World Pork Expo.
The World Pork Expo is in full swing and news is slowly trickling out. One of the announcements today focused on a new standard of excellence.
In this week’s Missouri Beef Industry Council Report I interview Dawn Thurnau, MBIC director of marketing who provides numerous tips for Daddy Day and a great idea to top off a grilled steak on his day. I’m going to make sure this is done in the Zimmerman household!
Interim Youth Programs Assistant Joins Holstein Association and Holstein Foundation.