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There was a great deal of interest in the subject matter, and many questions. · The “Preview of the 2018 Legislative Session” with Senators LD10 Bob Krist of Omaha, LD35 Dan Quick of Grand Island, and Legislative Assistant Edward Boone who works for Sen.
The attendance was good and the weather cooperated as Ne FU members elected officers, set policy, and were informed on the issues facing agriculture in the year ahead.Steve Meyer will look to the future of prices and profitability; and Erik Potter from ISU will explain how not to fail an audit. and around the world that serve the pork industry will fill the Hy-Vee Hall trade show floor to offer solutions that help pig farmers become more efficient, profitable and successful. The Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship is reminding Iowa pork producers and their veterinarians of the importance of reporting and testing all potential cases of Senecavirus A (SVA) in swine.Matt Rush is the former New Mexico Farm Bureau CEO and an award-winning speaker and author. Hog farmers also will be able to obtain or renew their PQA Plus® and TQA® certifications, and a certification session for confinement site manure applicators is being offered. IPPA will once again have its booth and the Pork Information Plaza in Hall "A" and be joined by the National Pork Board, National Pork Producers Council, the Coalition to Support Iowa's Farmers, Iowa State University, other affiliated organizations and commercial exhibitors. SVA poses no threat to food safety and has no serious impact on pork production, but it is a serious concern for U. animal health officials because the symptoms mimic the signs of foot-and-mouth disease (FMD), a foreign animal disease that would have devastating economic consequences in Iowa and across the country.“Foot and Mouth Disease rightly strikes fear in the hearts of everyone involved in the agriculture industry.The panelists included: Tiffany Siebert Joekel, York Public Schools Superintendent Dr.Mike Lucas, Ne FU and Independent Cattlemen of Nebraska Board member Al Daivs, Nebraska Farm Bureau Vice President of Government Relations Bruce Rieker, and Legislative District 41 Legislative Assistant Edward Boone.