2018 International Livestock Congress
February 28th - March 1, 2018
ILC REGISTRATION FEES
BEST RATE GREAT RATE REGULAR RATE
(12/15/17) (1/15/18) (After 1/15/18)
Professional $200 $225 $250
Academic $175 $200 $225
Student* $50 $75 $100
*Student scholarship winners – Complimentary registration
Spanish Translation Available
In order to make your hotel reservation, please call 713-528-7744 or 800-996-3426 and use the code: ILC2018
Wednesday, February 28, 2018
Meat in the Diet. How We Came to Believe that Meat is Bad for Health: The Politics and the Science.
Nina Teicholz, author of “The Big Fat Surprise”
Does Meat Fit in a Healthy Diet?
David M. Klurfeld, Ph.D. - ARS, United States Department of Agriculture
What Do Healthcare Givers Know About the Role of Meat in the Diet?
Hawley Poinsett, Texas Beef Council
Industry Accepts the Challenge Posed by Fake News: Fake Meat, Fake Milk, Fake Butter and Fake Eggs Are Not Alternatives to the Nutrients of Real Animal Source Food. What is the Plan for Going on Offense?
Jamie Greenheck, FleishmanHillard, Global Managing Director, Food, Agriculture & Beverage
Thursday, March 1, 2018
The International Beef Trade Value Proposition
Dan Halstrom, President & CEO, U.S. Meat Export Federation
China’s Growing Demand for Imported Beef and U.S. Prospects
Joel Haggard, U.S. Meat Export Federation
How to Manage Exports with Production Technology Challenges
Keith Belk, Ph.D., Colorado State University
The Move to Market Antimicrobial Stewardship as a Trade Advantage