By Clint Thompson
The stage is set for the 2022 Georgia Cattlemen’s Convention, which will be held on Feb. 16-18 in Savannah, Georgia.
Dale Sandlin, executive vice president of the Georgia Cattlemen’s Association, discussed what producers can expect during next year’s convention.
“Our convention planning committee has been working very hard to make sure we have our plans set up for the 2022 convention. We’re moving over to Savannah. We’ll be down there Feb. 16, 17 and 18th. They’ve got a fantastic program planned for securing beef’s future in Georgia,” Sandlin said. “We’ll have committee meetings that first day. We’ll have dedicated tradeshow hours. We’re also going to have Amanda Radke coming in to talk about why it’s important to be social about your operation, so they have a better understanding of what we do and why do it. We’ll also have a panel talking about feeding cattle in the Southeast. We’ll wrap up our final day with a weather outlook for the Southeast as well as a cattle fax update.
“While we can’t be all things to all people, we focus on the cattle side. If it’s important to you as a cattle producer, whether that’s production tips, forage, hay production, critical issues, legislative items; that’s what Georgia Cattlemen’s focus is on. We’re a one-stop shop for the cattle industry.”