November 12, 2006
A power-packed lineup of professors have been hired for the Cattlemen's College program Dec. 8 at the 2006 Missouri Cattlemen's Convention in Springfield. Experts on the program include Gary Smith of Colorado State University and Larry Corah of Certified Angus Beef Program.
Cattlemen's College will take cattle producers from "gate to plate," highlighting the latest innovations and changes in the industry, while focusing on how the changes affect your operation and your bottom line.
Registration is only $75 for the first person and $50 for each additional person from the same household or business. Student registration is only $20 and is available to current high school and college students. Be sure to register early -- after the Nov. 27 early deadline, registration increases to $100 (first person) and $75 (each additional person), and $25 for students.
Cattlemen's College is sponsored by Pfizer Animal Health and lunch is sponsored by U.S. Premium Beef.
Registration information is available by calling (888) 499-9162, or visit the MCA Web site at www.mocattle.com.
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