S. Dakota Cattlemen’s Association set to meet soon in Watertown
The 68th Annual SDCA Convention is less than 2 weeks away!
Get registered TODAY and join the South Dakota Cattlemen’s Association on November 29 – December 1, 2016 at the Watertown Event Center and Ramkota.
New to the event agenda is a panel discussion on volatility in the cattle futures markets. SDCA President, Todd Wilkinson, will moderate the quick-paced discussion with Craig Uden, NCBA President-Elect and Chair of NCBA’s CME Working Group; Don Close, Vice President of Food and Agribusiness Research at RaboAgrifinance; and Broker Brad Kooima with Kooima & Kaemingk Commodities.
We’re also pleased to have Governor Dennis Daugaard join us as a featured luncheon speaker on Wednesday, and Secretary of State Shantel Krebs will re-cap the recent election on Wednesday morning during the Opening Session. Thanks to the SD Beef Industry Council, Chef Jon Ashton will also join the convention attendees during lunch on Thursday. Jon has appeared frequently on The Today Show and The Tonight Show and will share some of his famous beef recipes.
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All this in addition to the quality lineup of educational sessions and entertainment that you expect from the SDCA Convention. Our speakers will address a wide variety of current issues impacting your farm and ranch. You won’t want to miss our more than 60 trade show vendors as they showcase technology and tools to make your work easier. You will also have plenty of opportunities to network and have fun with your friends and neighbors, as well as elect new leaders and weigh-in on SDCA’s policy priorities for 2017.
REGISTER TODAY for the 68th Annual SDCA Convention and Trade Show November 29 – December 1, 2016 at the Watertown Event Center and Ramkota. Full details, including registration and hotel information, are available on SDCA’s website at http://www.sdcattlemen.org or call the office at 605-945-2333.
–South Dakota Cattlemen’s Association
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