Event Details

Date

March 14, 2020

Time

6:00pm

Location

Cattaraugus County Fairgrounds Corporate Building
501 Erie Street
Little Valley, NY 14755

Host

New York Beef Producers' Association
Ted Card
716-664-3339

www.nybpa.org


New York Beef Producers' Association Region 2 Annual Meeting

March 14, 2020


Join beef producers from Cattaraugus and Chautauqua counties for their annual regional business meeting, followed by dinner and guest speakers sharing presentations centered around Feeder to Finish. Everyone with an interest in the beef industry is welcome to attend - membership in the association is not required.

Speakers include:

- Phil Keppler of SK Herefords LLC and Billy Martin of Meadowbrook Cattle, LLC discussing marketing tips and feeder cattle production.

- Dr. Shannon Carpenter discussing successful pre-conditioning.

- A representative from the New York Beef Industry Council discussing current issues and activities. 

Topics covered provide BQA re-certification credits.

The meeting cost includes dinner, and is $30/adult or $15/youth.

Everyone with an interest in the beef industry is welcome to attend. Membership in beef producer groups is not required to attend.

Reservations can be made by contacting Ted Card ( (716)-664-3339 or lvg1259@netsync.net) or Amanda Dackowsky ( (716)-432-9871 or ladack8489@gmail.com) by March 7th. 

See the PDF link, below, for more details.


NYBPA Region 2 Annual Meeting (PDF; 699KB)


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