Annual Meeting of the NY Beef Producers' Association Region 2




Event Details

Date

March 12, 2022

Time

5:30pm - 6:30pm

Location

The Falcons Nest Banquet Hall
2001 E. Main Street Extension
Falconer, NY 14733

Host


Amanda Dackowsky
716-432-9871



Annual Meeting of the New York Beef Producers' Association Region 2 and Chautauqua County Beef Producers Association For Cattaraugus and Chautauqua Counties

                                                                   Saturday, March 12, 2022
                                                               The Falcons Nest Banquet Hall,
                                                          2001 E. Main Street Ext., Falconer, NY.
                                                    5:30 to 6:30 pm - Social Hour & Visit with Vendors 
                                                                    Buffet Dinner to Follow

All with an interest in beef cattle are welcome to attend this informational meeting. Membership in these beef producer groups is not required to attend.

We look forward to seeing everyone in person again for this annual Beef Producers' meeting and dinner!

Following the buffet dinner, a short business meeting will kick-off the evening including the election of officers. New officers are needed for our region, as current officers have completed their terms or now serve on the Executive Board of the organization.

Guest Speakers will share timely information which will provide participants Beef Quality Assurance (BQA) re-certification credits: 
- Recommended Feeder Calf Protocols, Phil Trowbridge, of Trowbridge Farms, Ghent, NY
- An Introduction To: "Secure Beef Supply", Shannon Carpenter, DVM, NYS Department of 
Ag & Markets, Division of Animal Industry

There will be a drawing for a complimentary NYS Beef Producer Membership for anyone in attendance who is not currently a member. Membership forms will also be available. Door prize drawings will be held for those who are up-to date on their BQA Certification.

The cost of the delicious dinner is $30 per person, which will include a buffet with: Carved Angus Roast Beef, Chicken Alfredo, Parsley and Butter Potatoes, Rice Florentine, Salad, Rolls Raspberry and Apple Cobbler Dessert and Beverages (prepared by 3-C's Catering). 

Reservations for dinner are required by March 4th by contacting

Ted Card, at 716-664-3339 or lvg1259@netsync.net 

or

Amanda Dackowsky, at 716-432-9871 or nybeef@nybpa.org. 

Payment for dinner will be accepted at the door. 




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