Coffee in the Barn Podcast 8, US vs. UK vs. EU – Market Differences and Similarities

As we know, animal agriculture is a global industry. But when we look at the global landscape, we have to understand that our markets are different depending on what continent, what country, or even within a country, what state or province has different regulations, different requirements, different populations of people. It doesn’t matter what part of the animal science industry you’re involved in. Today we will take a journey once again with professionals from all around the world regarding market differences and similarities, as well as different insights from our founder and once again our dear Edward Shang.

About our Founder:

Casey Bradley Ph.D. is an Experienced Animal Scientist and Nutritionist that has worked with swine, poultry, ruminants, and pets. Specialties include product development, technical writing, and presentations, research, technical sales, mentoring, and networking. Academic training includes nutrition, immunology, and animal wellbeing. She has presented at large conferences in USA, Canada, Greece, and Denmark. Work experience includes farm management, research management, technical service and sales, regulatory, project management, and employee management.

About the Guest:

Mr. Zhaohui “Edward” Yang grew up in Guangzhou, China. He received his B.S. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and his M.S. from the University of Minnesota and is currently completing his Ph.D. at the University of Minnesota with Drs. Gerald Shurson and Pedro Urriola. Edward was highly involved in extracurricular activities, serving as the president of Graduate Club and student representative in the Graduate Study Committee at the University of Minnesota Department of Animal Science and numerous industry career development programs. In addition, he is actively bridging the connections between the US and China feed and pork industry.