Communicating Science Using the Science of Communication

In the digital world in which we live today the public is presented with an overwhelming quantity of information, much of which is unscientific. In this webinar we will apply the lessons learned from antimicrobial resistance and health communications to more science communication challenges. This presentation was originally broadcast on August 14, 2020. More…

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Panelist Introductions

(4 minutes)

Historical Responses to Scientific Communication

(9 minutes)

Perceptions, Confusion and Science Literacy

(21 minutes)

Lessons Learned from COVID Communication and Marketing Science

(16 minutes)

Influencing Behavior and Tips & Tricks for Science Communication

(10 minutes)

Questions and Answers From the Audience

(7 minutes)

Continuing Education Units


Certified Crop Advisers (CCA, CPAg, or CPSS)

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American Registry of Professional Animal Scientists (ARPAS)

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Manure Innovation: Teaching Styles and Marketing Programs

Would you rather watch someone give a presentation or do something that gets you involved, maybe making decisions that you can relate back to your own farm? This presentation was originally broadcast on March 20, 2020. More…

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Solving the Manure Mystery

Erica Rogers, Michigan State University (16 minutes)

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Using Hands-On Activities to Teach Land Application of Manure

Leslie Johnson, University of Nebraska – Lincoln (20 minutes)
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Marketing your Programming

Anne Nardi, University of Wisconsin (14 minutes)
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Questions and Answers

All Presenters (5 minutes)

Continuing Education Units


Certified Crop Advisers (CCA, CPAg, or CPSS)

View the archive and take the quiz. Visit the CCA continuing education page for additional CEU opportunities.


American Registry of Professional Animal Scientists (ARPAS)

View the archive and report your attendance to ARPAS via their website. Visit the ARPAS continuing education page for additional CEU opportunities.

Pathways for Effective Information Transfer Between Manure Management Professionals

This webinar presents the results of a national survey on how manure nutrient management professionals, learn, share and collaborate, and how we can use this information to guide information transfer in the future. This presentation was originally broadcast on November 20, 2015. More… Continue reading “Pathways for Effective Information Transfer Between Manure Management Professionals”

Mobile Manure Apps

This webcast features a developer who has worked extensively with university extension as well as many other clients in sports, journalism, and agriculture. Two manure management apps are demonstrated followed by a panel discussion that features more manure-related apps and discusses challenges, opportunities and lessons learned when creating those apps. This presentation was originally broadcast on January 16, 2015. More… Continue reading “Mobile Manure Apps”

Clearing the Air on Biofilters

Biofilters have been widely adopted to filter gas, odor and particulate matter from livestock facilities. However, the science behind “how they work” and the configurations that are in practice are continually evolving. This webinar discusses past and present applications of biofilters, on-going research to better design and manage biofilters, and how to incorporate biofilters as part of an environment control system.This webcast was originally broadcast on December 7, 2012. More… Continue reading “Clearing the Air on Biofilters”

Life-Cycle Assessment Modeling for the Pork Industry

green stylized pig logoDo the pork industry’s efforts to improve production and economics affect its greenhouse gas emissions and carbon foot print? Research by the University of Arkansas combined with efforts led by the National Pork Board indicates that increased production efficiencies have reduced the carbon footprint of each pound of pork produced.

Following up on the June 15th, 2012 webcast, this webinar presents an overview of a research and extension project wherein the existing research-based carbon footprint model is refined and expanded. The project goal is to improve this model’s ability to serve as a farm-level educational and decision aid tool that incorporates environmental, production, and economic concerns. The webcast also highlights feed management concepts and ongoing research, which are major components of the project. This webcast was originally broadcast on July 20, 2012. More… Continue reading “Life-Cycle Assessment Modeling for the Pork Industry”

Producer Association Efforts to Address Carbon Footprints: Pork and Poultry

green stylized pig logoHave you wondered how food animal producer groups have responded to the attention given to their industries as sources of greenhouse gas emissions? Wonder no longer. Since 2008, the National Pork Board has been working on a specific plan to assess and better understand the pork industry’s carbon footprint. This webinar introduces you to this project and shows highlighted current results of this research, including description of tools designed for producers to begin to assess greenhouse gas emissions and manage resource efficiency in sow and grow-finish production. This webcast was originally broadcast on June 15, 2012. More… Continue reading “Producer Association Efforts to Address Carbon Footprints: Pork and Poultry”