A luncheon of roasted striploin will honor the fourth annual FQF Industry Achievement Award winner, consulting feedlot veterinarian David Bechtol. Highlights include:

  • Recent research on feeding distillers byproducts by Galen Erickson, Extension feedlot specialist, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
  • Exploring where feeder cattle will come from by Derrell Peel, livestock marketing economist at Oklahoma State University
  • From labor to feed ingredients to marketing — a panel discussion among feedlot manager colleagues.
  • Positive communication with the public (in Garden City with Temple Grandin, professor at Colorado State University; in Omaha with Janet Riley, senior vice president in public affairs, American Meat Institute).

Check-in begins at 9:30 a.m., with programs wrapping up at 4:15 p.m. Registration is $50 until Aug. 2, and $75 after.

To register, visit the website or contact Marilyn Conley by email or phone at (800) 225-2333, ext. 298.  end mark 


—From Certified Angus Beef news release