College of Veterinary Medicine

Animal Health & Food Security Policy

WA DC

Bill Sischo, WSU, Margaret Khaitsa, Mississippi State, and Gene Hugoson, UMN
with National Policy program participants, March 2013


  • Could global warming change the way people in developing countries raise livestock?
  • Is our food safer when food animals are raised in open facilities or pastures?
  • If we take antibiotics out of our food system, will we be healthier?

These are just some of the topics participants explore in the Animal Health Policies program on the impact of science, politics, and beliefs.


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For more information contact Bill Sischo at WSU wmsischo@vetmed.wsu.edu  

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