Kansas Cattlemen's Association (KCA) will hold a regional cattle producer's meeting in Moline, Kansas on May 2, 2018. The meeting will take place at the Moline Grade School/Hornet's Nest gymnasium and will begin at 6:30 pm. A free USA-Beef meal will be served.
The meeting will include policy presentations as well as an animal genetics seminar. An expert veterinarian and President of SEK Genetics, Dr. Don Coover, will discuss genetics services provided by SEK Genetics. SEK Genetics is unique in the fact that they provide a variety of testing services to producers, including the bioPRYN blood pregnancy test (cattle, bison, goats/sheep), testing for PI-BVD, Neosporosis carriers, Bovine Leukosis (BLV) carriers, Johne's testing, CAE (goats), and more. These new technologies available to producers can help better manage herds, avoid disease conditions and make herds more profitable.
KCA staff will provide a policy presentation. KCA will provide an updated review of active legislation and regulations during the meeting, as well as other projects in the pipeline for KCA.
The meeting is free and open to the public. Attendees are encouraged to bring along fellow cattle producers. To ensure enough food is available, those planning to attend are asked to call the KCA offices at 785-238-1483 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to rsvp.
This event has been made possible by these generous sponsors: Goode Ranch, Mills Cattle, PrairieLand Partners, Flyin' 3 Veterinary Service, Idexx Laboratories, RCB Bank, SEK Genetics, Eureka Livestock Sales, Family Tree Meats, Prairieland Vet Services, Mills Feed & Supply, Howard State Bank, State Auto Farm & Ranch Insurance, WaterTight Roofing, R-Bar Cattle Co. - Ronnie & Wah-Leeta Rogers.
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