The Georgia Beef Board (GBB) wants to remind everyone that over the next few days, beef would make a great meal choice for any of your holiday meals. Here is GBB’s director of public relations and industry information, Kaytlyn Malia. Georgia Beef for the Holidays This rib roast needs no introduction. Wow your crowd with this mouth-watering recipe of perfection. …
Many cattle producers across Georgia are familiar with the national beef checkoff program, where half of those dollars collected in the state promote beef here at home. But producers also have their state checkoff, which is handled through the Georgia Agricultural Commodity Commission (ACC) for Beef. Georgia Beef Board Executive Vice President Will Bentley reminds producers the commission applies for …
The Georgia Beef Board recently took part in an agriculture tailgate before a college football game, and Kaytlyn Malia, director of public relations and industry information, says it was a great event for the beef checkoff to be a part of.
October was a busy month for the Georgia Beef Board, and Kaytlyn Malia says the beef checkoff was involved in various events around the state.
Last week, the Georgia Beef Board (GBB) took part in an event where it served a good beef meal to a group of University of Georgia football players and more. GBB Executive Vice President Will Bentley explains what the event was all about.
The Georgia Cattlemen’s Association will hold its 2017 Summer Conference, July 28-29, in Hiawassee, GA. A variety of meetings and events will take place, including the quarterly meeting of the Georgia Beef Board. In our beef checkoff report, Kaytlyn Malia invites producers to attend this meeting.
The Georgia Beef Board has been busy the past couple of weeks as May Beef Month events in Georgia continue. And in our Georgia beef checkoff report, Kaytlyn Malia gives us an update of what’s transpired thus far.