Odor and Nutrient Management Newsletter

Winter 2003

ISU at 2004 Iowa Pork Congress

by Sherry Hoyer, Iowa Pork Industry Center

Several Iowa State University (ISU) faculty and staff members will present information and answer questions at the 2004 Iowa Pork Congress, Jan. 28-29, in Des Moines. Iowa Pork Industry Center (IPIC) is coordinating the ISU display area, which will be located in the northwest corner of the lower level of Veterans Memorial Auditorium. Specialists from ISU colleges of agriculture, veterinary medicine, family and consumer science and ISU Extension will be available in the Ask-A-Specialist area from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. both days. Attendees will be able to talk with the specialists about questions and concerns in a variety of areas, including animal health, facilities, farm management, animal genetics and reproduction, nutrition and health. The Iowa Manure Management Action Group also will have a display in this area and will have members available to answer questions about manure management issues. For more information about Iowa Pork Congress please visit: http://www.iowaporkcongress.org/

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