Speaking up for animal agriculture often benefits soybean producers

December 2005
Southeast Farm Press;12/21/2005, Vol. 32 Issue 28, p43
Trade Publication
The article presents information on the grassroots communication program Operation Main Street (OMS) introduced in the U.S. The program involves intensive speaker training, as well as educational materials and seminars on the current state of pork production. OMS invites participants to speak to civic groups in the speaker's local area. OMS has held eight training classes, and trained 120 producers. The AAI team has allocated funding to sponsor OMS arid join forces with NPB in educating farmers in creating a unified response in the country. OMS includes participation in the current training schedule with no customization of the current agenda and no scheduling after the session.


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