CLAYTON, N.J. — On July 21, the United States Cattlemen’s Association will host a conversation on “Industry Trends & Issues: What’s on the Horizon for U.S. Cattle Producers?” at the Gloucester County extension office in Clayton, N.J., at 7:30 p.m.
USCA’s Washington team will speak with cattle producers, large animal vets, meat processers and local agricultural leaders on issues related to animal health, global trade, cattle markets and prices and livestock transportation. The conversation will discuss production hurdles that Northeastern cattlemen face today and how producers can succeed in the current industry environment.
USCA will host a second conversation at Rutgers University’s production facility with Animal Science professor Dr. Mike Westendorf on July 20 at 7:30 p.m. Come prepared for an interactive dialogue with the individuals who represent YOU, the cattle industry, in Washington.
— Rutgers Cooperative Extension Gloucester County