Kansas State University’s Swine Profitability Conference is slated to start at 9:30 a.m. Feb. 1 at Forum Hall in the Kansas State Union in Manhattan.
“Staying Competitive in the Swine Industry” is the title of the conference, which is designed to give producers and allied industry in-depth sessions focusing on production management, marketing and business decisions geared to capital investment and profitability in the pork industry.
Gene Nemechek, DVM, Tyson Foods at Springdale, AR, and president of the National Pork Board, will give the Jack and Pat Anderson Lecture in Swine Health Management, “Lessons from Large Production Systems that Can Help the Competitiveness of Land-Based Producers.”
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback will present “My Vision for Job Creation in Animal Agriculture.”
Other topics and speakers include: