Intro to Precision Livestock Management

Thursday, October 28, 2021  •  Episode 50

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Dr. Tami Brown-Brandl, Professor and William E. & Eleanor L. Splinter Chair in the Biological Systems Engineering Department at the University of Nebraska - Lincoln, joins this episode of the FarmBits podcast to overview her research program in precision livestock management. As digital ag applications in livestock management and animal science are new to the FarmBits podcast, this episode provides some excellent background on the topic and insight into state-of-the-art technologies that are being developed. Topics discussed include Dr. Brown-Brandl's background, her current research (including some about Asya's current research), exciting imminent projects for her team, and her vision regarding the future of animal agriculture.

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On this episode

host Asya Macon
host Micah Most
guest Dr. Tami Brown-Brandl