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Kenny Schilling and K and S Traplines, 2009 FFA Agri-Entrepreneur

Kenny Schilling and K and S TraplinesKenny Schilling and K and S Traplines, 2009 FFA Agri-Entrepreneur. Kenny sees this business as a life long venture.

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Mike Rowe, from Dirty Jobs, is the main keynote at 2009 National FFA Convention


Mike Rowe from Dirty Jobs, is the main keynote to the students of the 2009 National FFA Convention , October 21-24, 2009, Indianapolis, Indiana, USA.

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2009 National FFA Convention conversations


Convention conversations from the 2009 National FFA Convention , October 21-24, 2009, Indianapolis, Indiana, USA.

Clayton Carley and The Sweet Corn Shack, 2009 FFA Agri-Entrepreneur

Clayton Carley and The Sweet Corn Shack, 2009 FFA Agri-EntrepreneurClayton Carley and The Sweet Corn Shack, 2009 FFA Agri-Entrepreneur, branched out to catering and using T-shirts to spread the word.

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Cathryn Clark and Clark's Ark Pet Sitting Service, 2009 FFA Agri-Entrepreneur

,2009 FFA Agri-EntrepreneurCathryn Clark and Clark's Ark Pet Sitting Service, 2009 FFA Agri-Entrepreneur; hardest part to starting company? Buying the variety of food to feed the numerous pets.

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Ariel Waldeck and All American Genetics, 2009 FFA Agri-Entrepreneur

Ariel Waldeck and All American Genetics 2009 FFA Agri-EntrepreneurAriel Waldeck and All American Genetics, 2009 FFA Agri-Entrepreneur, shares why she got into showing Brown Swiss Dairy Cows.

Logan Kotar and agri art, 2009 FFA Agri-Entrepreneur

Logan Kotar and agri artLogan Kotar and agri art, 2009 FFA Agri-Entrepreneur. Logan shares what he uses to create his art and why he chose this business idea.

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Food Economics and Consumer Choice

From Jeff Simmons, Elanco Animal Health.

"Today there are nearly 1 billion hungry people around the globe. yet in only 50 years, our growing global population will require an estimated 100 percent more food than we produce today. Unfortunately, we will certainly not have 100 percent more high-quality land available to grow twice the amount of grain or two times more livestock.The U.N. Food and Agriculture organization (FAo) reports that added farmland will help produce only 20 percent of the additional food our planet will need in 2050, and 10 percent will come from increased cropping intensity. Accordingly, the FAo concludes that 70 percent of the world’s additional food needs can be produced only with new and existing agricultural technologies."

2009 The Changing Face of Agriculture Presentations

NIAA 2009 Annual Meeting The Changing Face of Agriculture, March 31 - April 1, Louisville, Kentucky, USA.

Frank Beurskens - Meal Planning in the Supermarket Aisle: What consumers are telling us.

Meal Planning in the Supermarket Aisle: What consumers are telling us.

Frank Beurskens, Co-Founder and CEO, ShoptoCook™, Inc.

NIAA 2009 Annual Meeting The Changing Face of Agriculture, March 31 - April 1, Louisville, Kentucky, USA.

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