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WI cattle event - learn better beef production

WI cattle event - learn better beef production

By Blake Jackson

Wisconsin cattle producers, mark your calendars! The Stockmanship & Stewardship educational event returns to the Grant County Fairgrounds in Lancaster on August 28th and 29th. This unique program, funded in part by the Beef Checkoff, offers valuable opportunities to elevate your cattle management practices.

"Stockmanship & Stewardship empowers producers to continuously improve their practices through BQA principles," says Amy Radunz, Wisconsin Beef Council President. "This event showcases the dedication of cattle ranchers to providing consumers with the highest quality beef possible."

The event agenda is packed with practical learning experiences. Participants can:

  • Become BQA certified: Gain the knowledge and skills required for BQA certification, demonstrating your commitment to responsible cattle production.
  • Network with peers: Connect with fellow cattle producers, share experiences, and build a strong network within the industry.
  • Master low-stress cattle handling: Witness expert demonstrations and learn techniques for calm and efficient cattle movement.

Explore innovative management strategies: Industry professionals will address key topics like nutrition, pasture management, equipment maintenance, manure management, and sustainable genetic selection.

Tour the UW Lancaster Ag Research Station: Gain insights into ongoing research and its potential impact on your cattle operation.

Stockmanship & Stewardship is a collaborative effort supported by the National Cattlemen's Beef Association (NCBA), Neogen, and the National Beef Quality Assurance program. Local sponsors in Lancaster include the Wisconsin Cattlemen's Association, Wisconsin Beef Council, and several university extension programs.

"We are committed to the advancement of both animals and people," says Elizabeth Wonsowski, livestock marketing director at Neogen, a proud sponsor. "By providing educational resources and fostering continuous improvement, Stockmanship & Stewardship empowers cattle producers to ensure a healthy, sustainable future for the beef industry."

Don't miss this chance to elevate your cattle operation and contribute to a thriving beef industry. Register now for the Stockmanship & Stewardship event in Lancaster, Wisconsin!

For more information, complete agenda, fees and to register, visit

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