The only conference in the United States dedicated to presenting the best resources and information available to help expand opportunities for organic and niche pork production and distribution.
We Are Sorry!
The 2020 Conference scheduled for March 13-14 has been cancelled!
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March 13 -14, 2020
MOSA (Midwest Organic Services Association)
2019 Conference Review
Thank you to the over 120 Attendees, Exhibitors, Presenters and Sponsors who made the
First Midwest Organic Pork Conference such a success!!
The 2019 Midwest Organic Pork Conference addressed a range of topics that included the background and benefits of organic hog production, information for transition, expansion or improving organic and pasture-raised hog production, systems for maintaining animal health and pest management, and methods for economic viability and success within an organic hog production system. The conference is hosted by the Iowa Organic Association and supported by an Organic Agriculture Research and Extension Initiative (OREI) grant (grant no. 2018-51300-28427 /project accession no. 1016579) from the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture.
The Midwest Organic Pork Conference brings together those conducting research (academic and non-academic), expert organic and niche hog farmers, industry experts and others to share current organic hog research and first-hand experience with new and advanced organic farmers from across the Midwest and other states from across the country. This conference will continue to support further academic interest and farmer-researcher interest in identifying challenges in organic hog production and new research opportunities to help solve those challenges.
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