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Indiana Beef Cattle convention planned for Jan. 29
INDIANAPOLIS – The Indiana Beef Cattle Association (IBCA) will once again showcase the Indiana beef industry at its 2022 IBCA Annual Convention. The convention and tradeshow will be Jan. 29 at the Indianapolis Sheraton, Keystone Crossing.
The Indiana Hereford, Simmental, Charolais, Limousin and Shorthorn associations will hold their annual business meetings in conjunction with the state association’s annual event. Following the breed meetings and educational sessions in the morning, the convention will feature Colin Woodall, CEO of the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association.
The IBCA will again recognize the state’s top cattlemen and women at the annual honors banquet. The evening awards program will salute the men and women who provided leadership for the Indiana beef industry over the previous year or during their lifetime.
The event not only offers producer programs, but the tradeshow also allows stakeholders, allied industry partners and influencers to reach out to the state’s top cattle producers who will be assembled in one place at the same time.
All cattle producers and their families are invited and encouraged to attend this exciting event for a day of fun, fellowship, networking and great food. Producers and stakeholders may register at the IBCA website, For more information, call the IBCA office at 317-293-2333.