Gelbvieh convention in Lincoln from Nov. 30-Dec. 2
The 46th Annual American Gelbvieh Association National Convention will be held November 30 through December 2, 2016 in Lincoln, Nebraska. The event themed “Meeting Modern Industry Demands” is focused on improving profitability in all sectors of the beef industry. This year’s convention will be held at the Lincoln Marriott Cornhusker Hotel in the heart of Lincoln. The title sponsor for the event is GeneSeek®, a Neogen company.
The AGA convention will include events such as AGA committee meetings, the AGA annual membership meeting, kick-off reception, awards banquet, the second annual Cattlemen’s Profit Roundup and much more.
Cattlemen’s Profit Roundup is an educational symposium focused on beef industry profitability. The symposium is free to attend and is open to all producers and beef industry professionals. Cattlemen’s Profit Roundup will feature industry leading speakers from CattleFax, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and Oklahoma State University. The event is being held on Thursday, December 1, starting with a free lunch at noon with the program beginning at 1:00 p.m. All are also invited to join in the Bull Pen session starting at 6:00 p.m. at Blue Blood Brewing Company in Lincoln. The Bull Pen session will allow for attendees to have casual interaction with the symposium speakers. No registration is necessary for the Cattlemen’s Profit Roundup.
Online registration for the three day convention is available by visiting http://www.gelbvieh.org.
The American Gelbvieh Association is a progressive beef cattle breed association representing 1,000 members and approximately 40,000 cows assessed annually in a performance-oriented total herd reporting system for the advancement of Gelbvieh, Balancer® and Gelbvieh-influenced genetics.
–American Gelbvieh Association
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