Kansas State University’s College of Agriculture is hosting Trent Loos as the featured speaker at fall activity. His presentation will be Umberger at 6 p.m. November 15 with a dinner following in the lobby of Weber Hall. Loos is a sixth-generation rancher who promotes the Agriculture industry through his radio program Loos tales. From a production agriculturist prospective, Loos understands that it’s often hard to focus on threats to the industry as a whole, especially as most farmers experience threats to their personal livelihood a regular basis. However, Loos emphasizes the importance of working hard to maintain a prosperous agriculture industry.
“It’s hard for any farmer to keep the big picture in focus when we’ve got our daily chores to take care of,” Loos says. “From special interest groups to bioterrorism, there are many factors affecting the future of food production as we know it. It is vital that we keep up on what is going on in the world in order to ensure the safety and longevity of our industry.”
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