This event is sure to draw seedstock and commercial beef producers.

December 1, 2022

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Make plans now to attend the 2023 Beef Improvement Federation (BIF) Research Symposium and Convention that will be hosted July 3-6 in Calgary, Canada.

The BIF Symposium features two and one-half days of educational programming with focused on this year’s theme “Precision Breeding.” July 3, kicks off with the Young Producer Symposium at 1 p.m. followed by the Welcome and Scholarship Reception. Monday evening the National Association of Animal Breeders (NAAB) will host its biennial symposium at 7 p.m.

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The general session will feature presentations by Dr. Peter Amer, AbacusBio Limited managing director; Dr. Eileen Wall, Scotland’s Rural College head of research & professor of integrative livestock genetic; Dr. Filippo Miglior, Lactanet Canada scientist and innovation executive; and Dr. Brian Kinghorn, University of New England, Australia.

July 5th's general session speakers will include Dr. John Crowley, AbacusBio Limited; Dr. Juan Pedro, Iowa State University Stieble Lush Chair for Animal Breeding & Genetics; and a representative from OneCup AI

The technical breakout sessions will focus on a range of beef-production and genetic-improvement topics. A highlight of this year’s symposium will be a Technology showcase at Olds College.

For registration and more symposium details, including hotel information, visit Prior to and during this year’s symposium, be sure to follow the event on social media channels using the hashtag #BIF2023.

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Each year the BIF symposium draws a large group of leading seedstock and commercial beef producers, academics and allied industry partners. The attendance list is a “who’s who” of the beef value chain, offering great networking opportunities and conversations about the issues of the day. Program topics focus on how the beef industry can enhance value through genetic improvement across a range of attributes that affect the value chain.

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