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A Look into the 2016 BIO Animal Biotech Summit

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September 21-23, 2016 at the Bethesda Marriott.  With the 2016 Animal Biotech Summit just around the corner, BIO wanted to highlight some of the great programming taking place at this year’s conference. First, it worth’s noting that BIO has completely redesign the goals and focus of the Summit to reflect on how animal biotechnology can be used to advance the objectives of “One Health.” The concept of “One Health” is the idea that the health of humans is connected Read More >

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Animal Agriculture: An Industry Striving for Perfection and Committed to Continuous Improvement

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I have always been a perfectionist when it comes to my work, so it’s no surprise I found my passion in an industry that also strives for perfection. Animal agriculture never stops reaching for the highest quality of animal care, environmental stewardship and food safety possible. The industry strives for perfection, but also knows that perfection is hard to come by in agriculture because farmers, ranchers, veterinarians and all those involved in the farm-to-fork process Read More >

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Strong U.S. Government “One Health” Coordination

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An element to improving human, animal, and environmental health The concept of “One Health” recognizes that the health of people, animals, and the environment are linked. Human population expansion and increased global migration have led to significant land-use changes and urbanization, all of which have an impact on the environment and increase the risk of disease transmission between animals and people. Although increased specialization within scientific disciplines and professions has greatly improved the health and Read More >

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Transgenic Mosquito Ready to Join War on Zika Virus

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A number of media outlets are reporting on the mosquito-borne Zika virus and how concern is growing as cases are identified within the United States. Officials at the World Health Organization said Thursday that the Zika virus is “is now spreading explosively” with the disease in 23 countries and territories in the Americas, according to a CNN report. A Reuters report offers hope that a genetically modified mosquito can reduce the proliferation of mosquitoes spreading Read More >

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South Dakota Leads the Way in Livestock Agriculture!

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The Rapid City Journal recently published a noteworthy editorial by South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard highlighting how his state has lead the way in contributing to field of animal biotechnology through many cutting edge technology advancements and much needed cures. Titled DAUGAARD: Leading the Way in Biotechnology, the governor also writes why South Dakota is the most fitting location to hold the 2014 BIO Livestock Biotech Summit: Next month, scientists, executives and investors from all across the Read More >

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