Cattle producers and others who serve on the Alabama Beef Checkoff Marketing Plan Task Force will meet this week to discuss plans for programs to be implemented in 2020. Alabama Cattlemen’s Association Executive Vice President Erin Beasley has more details.
Last week, the Alabama Beef Checkoff Task Force met to lay out plans for 2019. Executive Vice President of the Alabama Cattlemen’s Association, Erin Beasley, says it’s time for them to discuss programs funded by the beef checkoff program. Alabama Beef Checkoff Task Force Plans for 2019
We’ve been talking over the past month about the referendum vote in Alabama for cattle producers to continue their State Beef Checkoff program. According to Erin Beasley, executive vice president of the Alabama Cattlemen’s Association, producers have overwhelmingly passed the referendum. Beef Checkoff Referendum Passes in Alabama
The referendum vote to allow Alabama cattle producers to continue their State Beef Checkoff will take place Wednesday, Oct. 24. Erin Beasley, executive vice president of the Alabama Cattlemen’s Association, encourages producers to check yes on their ballots. Alabama Beef Checkoff Referendum is Wednesday
Our Place Diner in Ozark, Alabama, has been named the winner of the 2018 Bama’s Best Burger contest with its dish, the Big Bopper Burger. The contest is sponsored by the Alabama Cattlemen’s Association and funded by the Alabama Beef Checkoff Program. A burger patty topped with bacon, multiple types of cheese, fried-to-perfection onion rings and all the fixings, the …
According to Alabama Cattlemen’s Association Executive Vice President Erin Beasley it’s that time of year again for plans to be put together for the goals of the beef checkoff in the state for another year.