2017 M-AAA Legislative Summary

Published February 1, 2018

By: MSU Extension, AgBioResearch

The 2017 M-AAA Legislative Summary details some of the recent research and extension projects that received funding from the Michigan Alliance for Animal Agriculture.

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  • Janice Siegford

    MSU researchers studying implications of new animal housing standards

    By April 1, 2020, all producers will need to house pregnant pigs in stalls where they can turn about freely, something typically not found in most current operations. MSU researchers want to understand what that change means for animal welfare.

  • 2017 Message from M-AAA Leadership

    M-AAA support is helping researchers confront some of animal agriculture’s most pressing issues, such as protecting the environment, combating antibiotic resistance, managing infectious diseases and improving animal welfare.

  • Cows

    2017 M-AAA Project Summaries

    From learning more about bovine leukemia virus to applying new animal housing regulations, MSU researchers are working to help producers maintain and grow their operations.