Cattlemen's College Amanda Radke

What are your top picks for Cattlemen’s College sessions?

As the 2018 Cattle Industry Convention and Trade Show quickly approaches, organizers need help in choosing seminar topics for the 25th Anniversary Cattlemen’s College.

There are just over 100 days until the 2018 Cattle Industry Convention and Trade Show in Phoenix, Ariz. Each year, thousands of ranchers from across the country attend this annual event, and this year marks the 25th year of the popular Cattlemen’s College.

With educational speakers and profit-building advice, Cattlemen’s College is a favorite of attendees. This year, organizers of the event are seeking advice from producers on which educational sessions they would like to see offered in this 25th anniversary of the Cattlemen’s College.

The event is hosted by the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association, the beef checkoff, CattleFax, American National CattleWomen and National Cattlemen’s Foundation.

To view a tentative agenda of this year’s event, click here.

To read about the details of each individual session, click here.

To choose your top three session picks, please take part in this brief three-question survey, which will help the organizers determine which sessions should be repeated to give producers the best chance of listening to their most preferred speakers. To vote, click here.

As always, several members of the BEEF editorial team will be attending the event, so let us know which sessions you would like us to report on. If you’re tuning in from home, follow our Twitter and Facebook accounts for updates, as well as the hashtag #BEEFMEET.

Thanks in advance for your help in guiding the direction of the 25th Anniversary Cattlemen’s College. Are you planning on being in Phoenix for the event?

The opinions of Amanda Radke are not necessarily those of beefmagazine.com or Farm Progress.

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