In Alabama, efforts have been underway for many years to work with those in the nutrition industry, including attending various conferences and meetings to get the message of healthy beef out to dieticians across the state. And in this week’s beef checkoff report, Alabama Cattlemen’s Association Executive Vice President Erin Beasley talks about something new in Alabama to work even …
The Alabama Cattlemen’s Association Board of Directors held their summer board meeting last week, and it was a meeting their new Executive Vice President, Erin Beasley, was pleased with.
The Alabama Department of Agriculture and Industries (ADAI) has confirmed they are working with USDA officials to address a positive test for atypical bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) in an eleven-year old Alabama beef cow. Hassey Brooks, ADAI deputy commissioner, says this was found through routine testing.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced an atypical case of Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE), a neurologic disease of cattle, in an eleven-year old cow in Alabama. This animal never entered slaughter channels and at no time presented a risk to the food supply, or to human health in the United States. USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service’s (APHIS) …
The Alabama Junior Cattlemen’s Association (AJCA) Round-Up will be held this week, as the 11th annual event is July 20-23 in Montgomery. Alabama Cattlemen’s Association’s Erin Beasley says the association is looking forward to seeing youth from across the state competing in the various events.
The Alabama Cattlemen’s Association (ACA) current executive vice president, Dr. Billy Powell, has been in that position for the past 34 years. But this Friday, June 30th, he will officially retire from the ACA.
We told you a couple of months ago that training events were taking place across Alabama for the Beef Quality Assurance (BQA) program. In the weekly beef checkoff update, Alabama Cattlemen’s Association’s Erin Beasley says the association was pleased with those events, and it held another BQA training event this week.
A new face will soon be seen with the Alabama Cattlemen’s Association (ACA), as ACA’s Erin Beasley explains the association has filled the position of director of Industry Relations and Youth Programs.
The Alabama Cattlemen’s Association (ACA) recognizes the need to cultivate future leaders of the association and industry, and that’s how the Young Cattlemen’s Leadership Program (YCLP) got started. The program is funded in part by the Alabama State Beef Checkoff, and ACA’s Erin Beasley says another class is underway. The YCLP’s first event was attending last week’s spring board meeting. …
The spring quarterly meeting of the Alabama Cattlemen’s Association (ACA) board of directors will be held next week in Montgomery. And this will be the final board meeting for outgoing ACA Executive Vice President, Dr. Billy Powell.