Cattlemen's Association convention announced
Staff Report | September 1, 2022 5:01 PM
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The U.S. Cattlemen’s Association will hold its annual meeting and Cattle Producer’s Forum in Nashville this year on Dec. 8-10, according to a press release from the organization.
The annual meeting is the association’s 15th, and gives ranchers from across the opportunity to review the past year and set the association’s agenda for the upcoming year as well, particularly with legislation reforming U.S. cattle markets currently making its way slowly through Congress, the press release said.
This year’s meeting will also include a Cattle Producer’s Forum to discuss current industry trends, an update from the USCA’s lobbying team in Washington, D.C., and a presentation for DV Auction’s feeder Flash host Corbin Wall and other cattle market specialists, the release noted. As well, the meeting will feature a series of panels featuring beef consumers and producers discussing current market trends and Bitcoin investors discussing the potential intersection of beef production and cryptocurrencies.
For more information on this year’s meeting, or to register, visit cattlemensmeeting.square.site online.