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The summit will be held May 21-23 in Bozeman, Mont.

MSU News Service

March 27, 2024

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Registration is open for the Mountain Meat Summit, hosted by Montana State University Extension. The summit is an annual program featuring educational tours, technical sessions and consulting. The summit will be held May 21-23 in Bozeman. Early registration is available until April 1.

The summit is designed for individuals and businesses that engage with meat supply chains in the mountain West. The agenda will include topics relevant to farmers, ranchers, meat processors, chefs, wholesale buyers and educators according to Tommy Bass, MSU Extension livestock environment and sustainability specialist.

“The summit will offer important education, technical assistance and resources to key stakeholders in the mountain West meat supply chain,” said Bass. “Attendees will have several opportunities to network with meat supply chain businesses, consultants and academic experts.”

Bass said the primary goal of the summit is to advance market opportunities and strengthen supply chain relationships across the region. More information, including the summit agenda, can be found here.

Registration includes all lunches, receptions, meat tasting and consultations. Registration is $100 per person and increases to $125 per person after April 1. A tour can be included for an additional $25. Those interested can register here.

A block of rooms is available at the AC Hotel in Bozeman. All events, aside from educational tours, will be hosted at the hotel. Limited scholarships are available and can be requested by emailing Bass at [email protected].

Source: Montana State University

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