Beef Improvement Federation meeting, symposium set

This year’s event is June 22-25 at the Iowa Events Center, Des Moines.


DES MOINES, Iowa — For the first time in two years, the Beef Improvement Federation’s annual meeting and research symposium will be presented in person. This year’s event is June 22-25 at the Iowa Events Center, Des Moines.

The symposium features two and a half days of educational programming and a full day of tours, with a special young producer symposium during the first afternoon.

General sessions are set for Wednesday and Thursday mornings, and panel discussions on a variety of beef production and genetic improvement topics begin late each morning and continue through those afternoons.

Following the second full day’s sessions, attendees will gather for an evening social and dinner at the Hansen Agriculture Student Learning Center on the ISU campus in Ames.

Registration is open and hotel information is now available on the symposium website, Early registration is due May 14 for a reduced fee.


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