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Did you miss the Agweek Farm Show? Catch the panels from the show here

The Agweek Farm Show in Rochester, Minnesota, featured panel discussions on food insecurity, pipeline easements and animal agriculture.

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Anna Oldenburg, right, of Olmsted County Public Health Service, discusses food security during a panel discussion at the Agweek Farm Show in Rochester, Minnesota, on Wednesday, March 9, 2022. Also on the panel were Kelly Rae Kirkpatrick, left, and Amanda Nigon-Crowley.
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The Agweek Farm Show, held March 8-9 in Rochester, Minnesota, featured three educational panels on timely ag topics. If you missed the discussions, you're in luck!

The Agweek Podcast has featured the full audio of all three panels, and you can catch that here.

Noah Fish emceed a panel on food insecurity and what producers and local foods can contribute to solving the problem .

Agweek Farm Show 2022 panel: "Fighting Food Insecurity With Local Foods
Tue Mar 15 09:41:33 EDT 2022
A live panel discussion titled "Fighting Food Insecurity With Local Foods" from the 40th annual Agweek Farm Show in Rochester on March 8-9. Agweek reporter Noah Fish moderates a conversation with Kelly Rae Kirkpatrick of the Rochester City Council, Amanda Nigon-Crowley of the Village Agriculture Cooperative and Anna Oldenburg with Olmsted County Public Health Services.

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AgweekTV's Michelle Rook, left, emceed a panel at the Agweek Farm Show on animal agriculture. On the panel were, from left, Dave Mensink, past president of the Minnesota Pork Producers Association, Shelly DePestel, Minnesota Milk Producers Association president, and Paul Brietzke of the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency. Photo taken March 9, 2022, in Rochester, Minnesota.
Katie Pinke / Agweek

Michelle Rook emceed a panel focused on the future of animal agriculture and regulations .

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Agweek Farm Show 2022 panel: "The changing world of animal agriculture"
Tue Mar 15 09:42:46 EDT 2022
A live panel discussion titled "The changing world of animal agriculture" from the 40th annual Agweek Farm Show in Rochester on March 8-9. AgweekTV's Michelle Rook talks with Dave Mensink, Shelly DePestel and Paul Brietzke.

Jess Mazour, Dan Wahl and Peg Furshong in a pipeline panel discussion.
Jess Mazour, left, of the Sierra Club in Iowa speaks about carbon pipelines on Tuesday, March 8, in Rochester, Minnesota. She was joined on a pipeline panel discussion at the Agweek Farm Show by Iowa farmer Dan Wahl, center, and Peg Furshong of Renville County, Minnesota.
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Jeff Beach emceed a panel on pipelines, easements and what landowners need to know about them .

Agweek Farm Show 2022 panel: "What questions should landowners ask when their land is in the path of pipelines?"
Tue Mar 15 09:44:02 EDT 2022
A live panel discussion titled "What questions should landowners ask when their land is in the path of pipelines?" from the 40th annual Agweek Farm Show in Rochester on March 8-9. Agweek reporter Jeff Beach leads a discussion with Peg Furshong, Jess Mazour and Dan Wahl.

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