AGA convention will be in KC
American Gelbvieh Association National Convention to be Held in Kansas City
The American Gelbvieh Association (AGA) Board of Directors and staff would like to announce the 45th Annual AGA National Convention and Annual Meeting will be held in Kansas City, Missouri at the Embassy Suites Kansas City – International Airport hotel, December 10-12, 2015.
This convention marks one of the first in recent history that will be a solitary event for members of the American Gelbvieh Association. Previously the AGA Annual Convention was held in January in Denver, Colorado during the National Western Stock Show events. The 45th Annual Convention will serve as a place for AGA members to meet and conduct committee meetings, elect leaders of the AGA to serve on the board of directors as well as network and connect with fellow Gelbvieh breeders and industry producers.
The AGA will be hosting a variety of new convention programs that are geared to both AGA members and commercial stakeholders. New events during convention such as AGA 101 and the all-new Cattlemen’s Profit Roundup will make this convention unique from those in the past.
The all-new Cattlemen’s Profit Roundup symposium will be the culminating activity at the AGA Convention and is tailored to fit the interest and needs of commercial bull customers, feeders and beef industry partners. The symposium will feature industry-leading speakers and panelists that will address both sides of the cattle production profit equation. This is a free to attend event and the AGA would like to invite all cattlemen and cattlewomen to attend this educating event.
The American Gelbvieh Association is a progressive beef cattle breed association representing 1,500 members and approximately 40,000 cows assessed annually in a performance-oriented total herd reporting system. For more information visit http://www.gelbvieh.org or call 303-465-2333.
–American Gelbvieh Association
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