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SDBIC holds annual meeting, celebrates Beef Bowl

Amanda Nolz

Photo by Amanda NolzPat Adrian was recognized as the 2008 South Dakota Individual Prime Promoter for her 40 years of service to the beef industry.

The South Dakota Beef Industry Council (SDBIC) held their annual meeting on the South Dakota State University campus in Brookings, SD on Sept. 12-13, 2008 in conjunction with the SDSU Beef Bowl. The SDBIC Board met to discuss the budget, new research projects and upcoming promotional events.

The SDBIC is working closely with SDSU on research projects with faculty in the areas of human nutrition, beef tenderness and feedlot nutrition. They will be hosting a promotional event in Sioux Falls on Oct. 4, 2008 called Titanium Chef. This event will be held in HyVee Foods stores and the South Dakota Culinary Federation. Titanium Chef is a competition of four chefs, who will prepare a beef recipe at HyVee to be judged by a panel of nutritionists, media personnel and beef producers.

“These projects are aimed at increasing consumer demand for beef on a state, national and international basis,” said SDBIC Executive Director, Barry Jennings. “And of course, we always work to improve profit opportunities for cattle producers.”

The SDBIC Annual Meeting concluded with the election of officers. Elected to the Meat Export Federation Board were Wayne Tupper and John Symens, joining previously elected Mike Gebhart. Additionally, Georgia Talsma and Roger Gjerdes were elected to the State Beef Council Federations.

The South Dakota Beef Industry Council (SDBIC) held their annual meeting on the South Dakota State University campus in Brookings, SD on Sept. 12-13, 2008 in conjunction with the SDSU Beef Bowl. The SDBIC Board met to discuss the budget, new research projects and upcoming promotional events.

The SDBIC is working closely with SDSU on research projects with faculty in the areas of human nutrition, beef tenderness and feedlot nutrition. They will be hosting a promotional event in Sioux Falls on Oct. 4, 2008 called Titanium Chef. This event will be held in HyVee Foods stores and the South Dakota Culinary Federation. Titanium Chef is a competition of four chefs, who will prepare a beef recipe at HyVee to be judged by a panel of nutritionists, media personnel and beef producers.

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“These projects are aimed at increasing consumer demand for beef on a state, national and international basis,” said SDBIC Executive Director, Barry Jennings. “And of course, we always work to improve profit opportunities for cattle producers.”

The SDBIC Annual Meeting concluded with the election of officers. Elected to the Meat Export Federation Board were Wayne Tupper and John Symens, joining previously elected Mike Gebhart. Additionally, Georgia Talsma and Roger Gjerdes were elected to the State Beef Council Federations.

The South Dakota Beef Industry Council (SDBIC) held their annual meeting on the South Dakota State University campus in Brookings, SD on Sept. 12-13, 2008 in conjunction with the SDSU Beef Bowl. The SDBIC Board met to discuss the budget, new research projects and upcoming promotional events.

The SDBIC is working closely with SDSU on research projects with faculty in the areas of human nutrition, beef tenderness and feedlot nutrition. They will be hosting a promotional event in Sioux Falls on Oct. 4, 2008 called Titanium Chef. This event will be held in HyVee Foods stores and the South Dakota Culinary Federation. Titanium Chef is a competition of four chefs, who will prepare a beef recipe at HyVee to be judged by a panel of nutritionists, media personnel and beef producers.

“These projects are aimed at increasing consumer demand for beef on a state, national and international basis,” said SDBIC Executive Director, Barry Jennings. “And of course, we always work to improve profit opportunities for cattle producers.”

The SDBIC Annual Meeting concluded with the election of officers. Elected to the Meat Export Federation Board were Wayne Tupper and John Symens, joining previously elected Mike Gebhart. Additionally, Georgia Talsma and Roger Gjerdes were elected to the State Beef Council Federations.

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