The Alabama Beef Checkoff Marketing Plan Task Force met a couple of weeks ago, and its report and more budget issues will be discussed during the Alabama Cattlemen’s Association (ACA) Fall Quarterly Board Meeting this Thursday, November 16. ACA Executive Vice President Erin Beasley says the association will be making plans for the 2018 fiscal year.
The National Cattlemen’s Beef Association is holding its Enhanced Stockmanship and Stewardship Programs in various regions across the country, and one of those is coming to the Southeast this Thursday and Friday. Alabama Cattlemen’s Association’s Executive Vice President Erin Beasley says the association will be participating in this event.
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.
One of the goals of Alabama Cattlemen’s Association President Richard Meadows this year is to increase membership in the association. He hopes producers who are not members will see the benefits of becoming one.
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 Alabama Cattlemen’s Association held their spring quarterly Board of Directors meeting Tuesday in Montgomery. This was the final board meeting for outgoing ACA Executive Vice President, Dr. Billy Powell, as he will officially retire from that position on June 30th. Southeast AgNet’s Randall Weiseman talked with him.
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.
Beef 101 courses have been very popular programs in Alabama, and in the beef checkoff update, Alabama Cattlemen’s Association’s Erin Beasley says more of those have been held this month.
The Beef Quality Assurance (BQA) program is designed to provide education and training for cattle producers about good animal husbandry and management. In the weekly beef checkoff update, Alabama Cattlemen’s Association’s Erin Beasley says BQA training events are taking place the next few weeks across the state.
A swearing-in ceremony was held Monday evening for Alabama’s second woman governor, Kay Ivey. And various ag leaders across the state welcomed her as the new governor, including Alabama Cattlemen’s Association Executive Vice President, Dr. Billy Powell.