Wyoming Cattle Industry Convention and Trade Show slated for June 4-7
Cody – As summer begins in Wyoming, the Wyoming Stock Growers Association’s (WSGA) Wyoming Cattle Industry Convention and Trade Show is set to kick off on June 4 at the Holiday Inn in Cody.
“Join us in Cody for industry camaraderie, education and decision making at the 2014 convention,” says WSGA.
This year’s convention theme, “Defining our Opportunities,” will feature a full schedule of presentations from National Cattlemen’s Beef Association Vice President Tracy Brunner, Wyoming’s congressional delegation, Governor Matt Mead, State Auditor Cynthia Cloud and State Treasurer Mark Gordon, among others.
“Ever wonder how we can ‘Define our Opportunities’?” asks WSGA. “Join us for the 2014 Wyoming Cattle Industry Convention and Trade Show and find out.”
“WSGA is the second oldest cattle association in the United States, and we work tirelessly to support and represent livestock producers across the state,” they continue. “We make sure your voice is heard.”
The convention promises pertinent industry updates and the opportunity for members to offer input to the future of WSGA.
To register for the convention, visit wysga.org/event and click “2014 Wyoming Cattle Industry Convention and Trade Show.”
Trade show registration and sponsorships are also available at the WSGA website.
Blair Hotels in Cody will be hosting the event.
Room reservations are available for a flat rate of $129 at the Holiday Inn and the Comfort Inn. To make reservations at the Holiday Inn, call 307-587-5555 or email email@example.com. For reservations at Comfort Inn, call 307-587-5556 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
A block of rooms will be available until May 30.
“Don’t miss the opportunity to mingle with friends as we take advantage of our time in beautiful Park County,” says WSGA. “We look forward to seeing you!”
Convention highlights ag issues
During the 2014 Wyoming Cattle Industry Convention and Trade Show, a number of exciting events and speakers will address attendees. The highlights of the conventions are listed below.
June 4 –Y-Tex Facilities Tour
June 5 –Sage Grouse Issues
Buffalo Bill Historical Center Tour, Reception, Raffle and Auction
June 6 – Sustainability in the Beef Industry
Wyoming Governor Matt Mead
University of Wyoming President Richard McGinity
Greg Peterson of the Peterson Farm Brothers
Wyoming Stock Growers Association Banquet and live music, featuring local talent
June 7 – Congressional delegation
Candidate Forums for Secretary of State and Superintendent of Public Instruction
Focus on the next generation of agriculture