Kansas to host Pre-Convention National Angus Tour
November 2, 2015
Kansas Angus Association members you have the opportunity to showcase your cattle as we host the pre– convention tour with the 2015 National Angus Convention & Trade Show in Overland Park, Kansas. The tour will be on Monday November 2. The Kansas Tour will include stops at Mill Brae Ranch, May-Way Farms and Chair Rock Ranch as well as guest cattle display and lunch For more information on the National Angus Convention & Trade Show visit www.angus.org and look for the Convention link - Registration for the tour and convention is open now. Early registration deadline is October 2.
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Angus Shows at Kansas State Fair
Junior Angus steer show (4-H and FFA show) - Saturday, September 12, 9 am
Junior Angus heifer show (4-H and FFA show) - Sunday, September 13, 8 am
Junior Show judge: Cheramie Viator, Childress, TX. Junior show entries are closed.
Open Angus Show Thursday, September 17, 9 am. open entries due Aug. 15, late entries accepted with additional fee. For complete schedule and entry forms visit Kansas Sate Fair. Open show judge: Lydell Meier, Clinton, TN.
Cattlemen’s Boot Camp in Oklahoma this October
Register by Sept. 30 to secure a place at the educational event.
Cattle producers are invited to gather for a Cattlemen’s Boot Camp Oct. 15-16 at Oklahoma State University (OSU) in Stillwater, Okla. The event is hosted by the American Angus Association® in partnership with OSU, and provides purebred and commercial producers timely information presented by academic and industry professionals.
Registration is now available online and open until Sept. 30. “There’s something for everyone at our Cattlemen’s Boot Camp events,” says Jaclyn Clark, Association director of events and education. “We hope cattle producers in the southwest consider attending as a way to stay up-to-date on the latest technology and tools available to them in the beef business.” Open to all cattle producers, the event is funded by the Angus Foundation and features a day and a half of educational speakers and hands-on activities to help improve their herd operations. The workshop is packed with pertinent information including bull selection, reproductive technologies, genetic markets, forage management and much more. Registration is $75 per person, and includes meals and educational materials. Registration forms are due Sept. 30 and can be submitted electronically or mailed to Clark at the American Angus Association, 3201 Frederick Ave., Saint Joseph, MO, 64506. Late and walk-in registrations are not accepted. Schedule of Events.
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