SD beef council to meet Nov. 21
The South Dakota Beef Industry Council (SDBIC) board of directors and staff invite the public to attend the quarterly board meeting Mon., Nov. 21, 12:30 p.m. at the Ramkota Hotel River Centre in Pierre, SD in Gallery D/E. Directors will hear updates from staff, committee reports, the annual SDBIC independent audit report, and discuss programming for fiscal year 2017.
All beef producers are welcome the attend. For more information on SDBIC projects and the Beef Checkoff Program, go to sdbeef.org. You can also find the SDBIC on Facebook and Pinterest.
About South Dakota Beef Industry Council
The SDBIC collects and administers the $1 beef checkoff on cattle sold in South Dakota. Checkoff dollars are utilized strictly for promotion, education or research programs. Fifty cents of every dollar is directed to the Cattlemen’s Beef Board for programs on the national level. The SDBIC retains 50 cents, which is invested in additional national programs or in-state programs.
The SDBIC is comprised of three representatives from eight agricultural organizations: South Dakota Beef Breeds Council, South Dakota Cattlemen’s Association, South Dakota Cattlemen’s Auxiliary, South Dakota CattleWomen, South Dakota Farm Bureau, South Dakota Farmers Union, South Dakota Livestock Auction Market Association and South Dakota Stockgrowers Association.
–South Dakota Beef Industry Council
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Drought stressed forages can be high in nitrates and may be potentially toxic to cattle. Photo credit Troy Walz.