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Purdue Agriculture > Agricultures Magazine > Table of Contents - Winter 2013

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Plant scientists are improving crops and management systems to provide for a planet in need of more food and renewable energy. New genetic varieties could increase yield, withstand climate change and maximize biofuels.
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Purdue Agriculture teams up with other organizations and government agencies to tackle public problems of everything from crop science to consumer behavior.
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Students discover their passions in agriculture and grow as individuals, professionals and scholars. When they leave Purdue, they're career-ready graduates prepared to take on challenges in agriculture, food and renewable resources.
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Animal welfare has captured the public's attention. People want to know their food is safe and that animals are treated humanely. Purdue is becoming a national leader in animal welfare science and how interactions between people and animals affect society.
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A trio of Extension specialists helps Indiana residents understand changes in public policy, commodity makerts and climate change.
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Food- and agriculture- related entreprenuers are getting their products to the marketplace and succsessfully navigating roadblocks that come their way, thanks to Purdue Extension.
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Purdue comes to the aid of Hoosiers after devastating tornadoes and during a summer-long drought.