200 episodes

Ag Future focuses on the challenges and opportunities that exist within the agricultural sector. Join us as farmers, entrepreneurs and other agri-food industry leaders, both on and off the farm, discuss some of the most significant issues facing our planet and how they are working together for a better tomorrow.

Ag Future: Innovation in Agri-Food Alltech

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    • 4.5 • 15 Ratings

Ag Future focuses on the challenges and opportunities that exist within the agricultural sector. Join us as farmers, entrepreneurs and other agri-food industry leaders, both on and off the farm, discuss some of the most significant issues facing our planet and how they are working together for a better tomorrow.

    #221: Optimizing Poultry Health: Understanding Nutritional Solutions for Digestive Tract Issues | Dr. Fernanado Rutz

    #221: Optimizing Poultry Health: Understanding Nutritional Solutions for Digestive Tract Issues | Dr. Fernanado Rutz

    What role does nutrition play in poultry production? Dr. Fernando Rutz, technical manager for Alltech Latin America, joins the Ag Future podcast to discuss the importance of a well-designed nutritional program for improving immunity and maximizing performance in poultry. 

    • 9 min
    #220: Optimizing aquaculture management practices for maximum profitability | John Sweetman

    #220: Optimizing aquaculture management practices for maximum profitability | John Sweetman

    Aquaculture is the fastest-growing sector of animal protein production, but ensuring optimal health and performance in aquatic species can be challenging. John Sweetman, international project manager for aquaculture at Alltech, joins the Ag Future podcast to discuss sustainability, innovation and helpful information found in a reference guide he co-authored with fellow aquaculture specialist Gijs Rutjes, "Inside/Out: The Essential Guide to the Skin, Gills and Guts of Fish," which promotes the development of mitigation strategies to achieve optimal productivity.

    • 12 min
    #219: Advancing agriculture and nutrition: The fight against diet-related chronic disease | Patrick J. Stover

    #219: Advancing agriculture and nutrition: The fight against diet-related chronic disease | Patrick J. Stover

    Today's food system was scaled to prevent hunger and is now facing new demands and expectations, particularly in the healthcare space. However, with innovative advancements in agriculture and nutrition, we can wage battle against diet-related chronic diseases, which are a major driver of healthcare costs. Dr. Patrick J. Stover, director of the Institute for Advancing Health Through Agriculture (IHA) at Texas A&M AgriLife Research, joins the Ag Future podcast to discuss how shifting focus from producing food, fiber and fuel to promoting human, environmental and economic health can create a more efficient and resilient system.

    • 22 min
    #218: Feeding a growing planet through collaboration | Dave Schumacher

    #218: Feeding a growing planet through collaboration | Dave Schumacher

    In 2021, HELM Agro and Alltech Crop Science announced an exciting partnership that aims to bridge the gap between traditional and biological crop input solutions in the U.S. Dave Schumacher, president of HELM Agro, joins the Ag Future podcast to give an update and share his tips on cultivating a successful partnership.

    • 13 min
    #217: How do we help our pets build and maintain optimal brain health? | Dr. Joli Jarboe

    #217: How do we help our pets build and maintain optimal brain health? | Dr. Joli Jarboe

    How can pet owners optimize their pets' brain health from a young age? Dr. Joli Jarboe, a veterinary neurologist and neurosurgeon, joins the Ag Future podcast to discuss the importance of building and maintaining cognitive health at all stages of your pet's life.

    • 12 min
    #216: The bone benefits of training horses young | Brian Nielsen

    #216: The bone benefits of training horses young | Brian Nielsen

    Is it true that training horses too early can hurt their chances on race day? Brian Nielsen, professor of equine exercise physiology in the department of animal science at Michigan State University, joins the Ag Future podcast to dispel the myth that waiting to train horses improves their odds of winning. 

    • 21 min

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