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Wes Jamison presents ‘The Morality of Animal Agriculture’ Oct. 11 at SDSU

BROOKINGS, SD – The SDSU Swine and Pre-Vet clubs are hosting Wes Jamison, an associate professor of Communications at Palm Beach Atlantic University, to present his seminar, “The Morality of Animal Agriculture,” on the South Dakota State University (SDSU) campus on Tuesday, Oct. 11.

The keynote presentation will begin at 7 p.m. in the Performing Arts Center on campus, and the general public is encouraged to attend. In addition, Jamison will be available to visit with other groups and classes throughout the day.

Jamison talks about the intense conflict in animal agriculture in the U.S. regarding the proper role and treatment of animals. Most analysis of these issues involves physiological, behavioral and economical impacts. However, this is boiled down to what is determined socially and politically acceptable by two competing worldviews.



Jamison’s seminar presents information on the conflicting views between the two sides on the idea of consumptive use for livestock, the tactics of animal rights groups, and how the industry can use these tactics to redefine their image. He’s a nationally-known speaker and provides a completely new concept of how animal agriculture needs to promote their industry.

For more information, contact Dr. Bob Thaler, SDSU Extension Swine Specialist, at 605-688-5435.



BROOKINGS, SD – The SDSU Swine and Pre-Vet clubs are hosting Wes Jamison, an associate professor of Communications at Palm Beach Atlantic University, to present his seminar, “The Morality of Animal Agriculture,” on the South Dakota State University (SDSU) campus on Tuesday, Oct. 11.

The keynote presentation will begin at 7 p.m. in the Performing Arts Center on campus, and the general public is encouraged to attend. In addition, Jamison will be available to visit with other groups and classes throughout the day.

Jamison talks about the intense conflict in animal agriculture in the U.S. regarding the proper role and treatment of animals. Most analysis of these issues involves physiological, behavioral and economical impacts. However, this is boiled down to what is determined socially and politically acceptable by two competing worldviews.

Jamison’s seminar presents information on the conflicting views between the two sides on the idea of consumptive use for livestock, the tactics of animal rights groups, and how the industry can use these tactics to redefine their image. He’s a nationally-known speaker and provides a completely new concept of how animal agriculture needs to promote their industry.

For more information, contact Dr. Bob Thaler, SDSU Extension Swine Specialist, at 605-688-5435.


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