Shirley Tarawali, assistant director general of the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI), will today (Friday, 4 Mar 2016) join global livestock industry leaders to discuss ‘Beef’s role in feeding the world’ at the International Livestock Congress (ILC), in Houston, USA.
The ILC, which is taking place this week (3–4 Mar 2018), is a unique global event hosted each year by the International Stockmen’s Educational Foundation to discuss issues of international importance affecting the future of animal agriculture. This year’s event is deliberating on strategies that address the ever-changing beef industry in the world.
Tarawali will in the afternoon make a presentation, and moderate a panel discussion, on the ‘Emerging middle class and the world market for beef’. Panel members include Erin Borror, of the US Meat Export Federation; Jason Strong, from the Australian Agricultural Company; and Bruno Cunha, of Brazil Betha Consult.
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