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November 12, 2015
Featuring members of the Oklahoma State University faculty, students will explore the concept of farm-to-table to understand the production process. Students will learn about various food production practices and understand the facts about their food and how it is made. Students will also learn of many misconceptions in the food industry.
Meat MythCrushers: The Use of Modern Technologies to Help Raise Animals Has Done More Harm Than Good
This installment of our series provided by the American Meat Institute, features Jayson Lusk, Ph.D., Oklahoma State University. Dr. Lusk describes current technologies used in livestock production, explains how these technologies aid in safety and efficiency, and provides insight on this common misconception.
This installment of our series provided by the American Meat Institute, features Keith Underwood, Ph.D., South Dakota State University. Dr. Underwood explains why antibiotics are used in livestock production and provides insight on this common misconception.
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