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 Beef Board is ready for a big event this week, where it plans to talk with consumers from across the state about the many benefits of beef. In the Georgia Beef Checkoff report, Kaytlyn Malia explains where the board will be.
The Georgia Beef Board is currently putting together videos which will be unveiled during the Georgia National Fair next month. In our Georgia Beef Checkoff report, Kaytlyn Malia explains what these videos will be about.
The Georgia Beef Board has been working on a new cookbook project, and in the beef checkoff report, Kaytlyn Malia says the board will have it available to pass out to consumers attending the Georgia National Fair next month. Plus, she also wants to remind beef producers in the state there are still two more Region Roundups to be held. …
The Georgia Cattlemen’s Association wants to remind all members the 2017 Region Roundup series will start later this month. They will take place at 4 locations across the state: August 22: Lyons, GA, Vidalia Onion & Vegetable Research Center, 8163 Highway 178 August 29: Moultrie, GA, Colquitt County Extension Office, 350 Building 1, Room 132, Veterans Parkway N September 7: …
The Georgia Cattlemen’s Association (GCA) will hold its Summer Conference July 28-29, at the Ridges Resort & Marina in Hiawassee, Georgia. GCA Executive Vice President Will Bentley says the association is excited about the speakers it has lined up this year.
Georgia Cattlemen’s Association President Lee Brown from Comer knows the importance of getting young people involved in the association. That is why he’s encouraging other members to invest in the future.
Here are the Alabama and Georgia livestock market reports for the week ending April 14th, compiled by the Livestock Market News Service for both states. AL Livestock Market Report: At Alabama Livestock Auctions for the week ended April 14th, receipts at 21 markets totaled an estimated 13,200 head compared to 9,741 last week and 10,036 year ago. Compared to …