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Animal Ag Leaders Explore New Facets of the Industry

The third cohort of the National Institute for Animal Agriculture’s Advanced Training for Animal Agriculture Leaders met for in-person training in Topeka, Kansas. The leadership training included ten educational sessions featuring ranchers, butchers, cooks, and leadership experts.

“The most recent meeting in Topeka was eye-opening for me and again drove home what many of us are fighting for. The preservation of agriculture with the injection of new technology for sustainability,” says Sarah Coleman, executive director of the Kentucky Horse Council. “Listening to the team at NextGen Cattle Company was an incredible reminder that the food animal industry is constantly honing their skills to create animals that can feed the world, as fiscally and ethically responsible as possible.”

The leadership training course is sponsored by the United Soybean Board and Farm Credit. It was created by the NIAA to empower animal agriculture professionals to strengthen leadership development and industry collaboration.

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