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    • Biotechnology and Disease Control in Animals: Social and Ethical Issues 

      Mason, James (NABC, 1989-02-15)
      By quietly researching and developing biotechnological products before the impacts are known, those who have the greatest investments in the present modes of agricultural production could work to resist rather than to ...
    • Biotechnology and Sustainable Agriculture—Policy Alternatives 

      MacDonald, June Fessenden (NABC, 1989-02-15)
      Biotechnology—the use of an organism or its product(s)—is a centuries old technology. Humans have selected, improved, and used organisms and their products for decades: yeasts for bread, wine and cheese making, domesticated ...
    • Consumer concerns: Give us all the data! 

      Hansen, Michael (NABC, 1991)
      If consumers are to trust in the food they eat, data about impact of genetic engineering must be made readily available. Consumers have the right to know about health impacts. Public is concerned that health and safety ...
    • Disease Control in Animals 

      Curtis, Stanley (NABC, 1989-02-15)
      This presentation details aspect of animal husbandry that remote her health.
    • Economic Aspects of Disease Control in Animals 

      Kliebenstein, James B.; Hallam, L. Arne (NABC, 1989-02-15)
      Producers need to have healthy management in order to successfully utilize new products and technology, and appropriate management information needs to accompany the introduction of new technologies.
    • Environmental, Health and Safety Issues 

      Black, Gail (NABC, 1989-02-15)
      The issue of disease control in farm animals has far-reaching implications and cost and benefits must be carefully examined.
    • Environmental, Human and Target Animal Safety Issues of Animal Growth Promotants 

      Steele, Norman C.; Zimbleman, Robert G. (NABC, 1989-02-15)
      The farm of the future will be more management intensive, and that management will require a wider range of tools—that is technology—to be successful in producing an abundant safe food supply. Genetic manipulation is the ...
    • Impact of Animal Growth 

      Kalter, Robert J. (NABC, 1989-02-15)
      A socially acceptable policy to remove excess capacity in dairy production must be implemented including the removal or price supports. Public income should emphasize education, human services, and social safety nets. ...
    • Impact of Animal Growth Promotants on the Meat Industry 

      Hayenga, Marvin L.; Buhr, Brian L. (NABC, 1989-02-15)
      It is not necessarily size, but management sophistication that really makes a difference in the successful use of PST. Larger, more specialized operations are more likely to make effective use of this relatively sophisticated ...
    • Social and Ethical Implications of Animal Growth Promotants 

      Hoiberg, Eric O.; Bulfetta, Gordon; Nowak, Peter (NABC, 1989-02-15)
      Pre-introduction research into the economic and social impacts of new technologies play an important role by identifying institutional barriers to the equitable transfer of new technologies and by providing needed information ...
    • Somatotropins 

      Baldwin, R. Lee (NABC, 1989-02-15)
      BST (Somatotropin) how it work and what it does.