Can Farmers Survive Without Animals? Join the Experts as They Look for Answers

An inconvenient but increasingly undeniable fact is that the future of our planet depends on farmers shifting away from animal agriculture to other types of farming. Can it be done? That’s what will be explored on February 6th, when The Rancher Advocacy Program (RAP) holds its second online summit

Hosted by the program’s founder, Renee King-Sonnen, and award-winning journalist Jane Velez-Mitchell, the summit promises to be a stimulating and solution-focused discussion featuring a distinguished line-up of farmers, ranchers, scientists, entrepreneurs, activists, and innovators from around the world. 

Speakers will include Brett Christoffel, founder and CEO of the plant-based snack empire All Y’alls Foods, Geoffrey Whaling, Chair of the National Hemp Association, Lee Recht, a global leader in sustainable food solutions, and many others. There will also be a special appearance by Jay and Katja Wilde who were dairy farmers that became vegan and now successfully produce organic plant-based drinks. 

Transitioning humans away from farming and consuming animals will be a major challenge but with such an impressive array of experts and trailblazers converging to tackle the challenge, it has never felt more possible. 

Register now for this exciting new event which will kick-off on the 6th of February at 10 a.m. Pacific, 11 a.m. Mountain, 12 p.m. Central, and 1 p.m. Eastern.