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BEEF, Purdue launch Beef Roundtable

The inaugural monthly, web-based video podcast, now available at and, features a look at the future of antibiotics in beef cattle production.

BEEF and Purdue University have joined forces to launch The Beef Roundtable, a monthly 15-minute video podcast that will feature some of the top leaders in the beef industry. The video podcast, co-hosted by Ron Lemenager, Extension beef specialist at Purdue University and BEEF Senior Editor Burt Rutherford, will feature discussion of current topics of interest to all beef producers.

The inaugural Beef Roundtable features a look at the future of antibiotics in beef cattle production. Guests Mike Apley, BEEF Vet columnist and professor of production medicine and clinical pharmacology in the College of Veterinary Medicine at Kansas State University; and Kristina Butts, executive director of legislative affairs for the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association in Washington, D.C., explore this timely and important issue. Watch the video podcast here. 

In addition to being available on, the sessions can be viewed at, on the Beef Roundtable YouTube channel and iTunes.

We hope you find the Beef Roundtable video podcast informative and useful. If you have suggestions for future topics, please let us know in the comments section below.


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