Kansas City, Mo. (February 13, 2022) – The National Institute for Animal Agriculture (NIAA) will host the 2023 Annual Conference from April 18 to April 20 in Kansas City, MO. This year’s conference takes place during Earth Week and will focus on Climate-Smart Animal Agriculture.
For more than 100 years, NIAA has convened animal agriculture leaders to explore our sector’s most pressing questions and issues. The 2023 conference theme and agenda provide the opportunity to engage with visionary leaders as, together, we explore their insights into the future of animal agriculture.
“Our Annual Conference has featured sustainability topics in recent years, but with USDA’s investment in Partnerships for Climate-Smart Commodities, I’m looking forward to the experts we’ll have expanding on evolving solutions in the animal agriculture space.” said Eric Moore, NIAA board chairman and director of tech services – North America for Norbrook, Inc.
The Annual Conference will feature dynamic speakers and panelists as we explore, discuss, learn, and develop knowledge that fosters interdisciplinary cooperation with our colleagues from across all aspects of the food system. Confirmed speakers, panelists and moderators include:
- Joe Leathers – 6666 Ranches
- Ellen Lai – ABS Global
- Paul Hishmeh – Field to Market
- Amy Skoczlas Cole – Farm Journal
- Billy Gascoigne – Ducks Unlimited
- Kirsten Nickels – Certified Angus Beef
- Burke Griggs, Professor of Law – Washburn University
- Tim Kurt DVM, PhD – Dairy Management Inc.
Join fellow animal agriculture leaders for the day and a half conference starting with the opening reception, co-hosted with KC Animal Health Corridor. For more information about the 2023 Annual Conference, please visit AnimalAgriculture.org. Early bird registration ends March 15. For assistance or a media pass, please contact Morgan Young, Director of Communications and Outreach for NIAA at firstname.lastname@example.org.