By early 2013, "Meat: An American History" will be on the shelves and we get a preview and some insights on the motivation for this project from author-historian Maureen Ogle in this segment of Food and Farm
Kansas Livestock Association's Dee Likes and Dr. James Marsden of Kansas State join host Ray Bowman in this segment of Food and Farm to talk about Lean Finely Textured Beef and the BPI, Inc. tour/news conference. Brought to you by Feedstuffs FoodLink and Feedstuffs FoodLink - Connecting Farm to Fork.
Alisa Valdes talks about the media's role in the recent "meat bashing" that has focused on Lean Finely Textured Beef and the Harvard study of the supposed risks of red meat consumption on this segment of Food and Farm.
Just how much damage can the "pink slime" smear campaign do to the overall safety of our food supply? Dr. John Floros from Penn State discusses that and other meaty matters on this segment of Food and Farm.
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Dr. Stephen P. Long talks about this biofuel producing grass on this segment of Food and Farm
Thoughts on livestock welfare with Candace Croney from Purdue on this segment of Food and Farm.