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What to expect from next year’s RMC event

A conversation with Dean Pringle, 2015 RMC Chair

July 17, 2014
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Dr. Dean Pringle
Professor and undergraduate coordinator, University of Georgia
2015 RMC Chair


Andy Hanacek, editor-in-chief, recently attended the American Meat Science Association’s 67th Reciprocal Meat Conference in Madison, Wisconsin. In the final Q&A of the series, Andy discusses what to expect from next year’s RMC event in Lincoln, Nebraska, with Dean Pringle, the 2015 RMC Chair. The pair also touch on Pringle’s current genetic research in regard to beef cattle efficiency.

Watch part 1:
Loni Woolley, AMSA student board president 

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Dr. Brad Morgan, Senior food safety and enhancement specialist, Zoetis; AMSA President

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