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Explore the latest in cattle Industry at CattleCon24's NCBA show

CattleCon24 is set to take Orlando by storm from January 31 to February 2, 2024, with its highly anticipated NCBA Trade Show. This event is more than a conference; it's an all-encompassing experience for those in the cattle industry. 

Spanning over eight acres, the trade show will host more than 350 exhibitors. It’s a one-stop-shop for the latest in equipment, technology, pharmaceuticals, and feed supplements, all tailored for the cattle industry. The show is a fantastic platform for networking, learning about new trends, and reconnecting with old friends. 

The educational offerings are diverse and engaging. Cattle Chats, 20-minute sessions packed with industry knowledge, are perfect for quick learning. For more in-depth discussions, the Learning Lounge offers a casual setting for face-to-face interactions with industry experts on topics like reproductive technologies and ag lending. 

The Stockmanship & Stewardship Demonstration Arena is another highlight, where experts demonstrate low-stress cattle handling techniques. These sessions are not just about the practical aspects; they delve into how these techniques can influence consumer perceptions and bring economic benefits. 

CattleCon24 isn't all work and no play. The trade show also offers a range of social events, from the Flamingo Fiesta Welcome Reception to Hoppy Hour and Pups & Popsicles, blending education with enjoyment. Recognized as one of the top 100 trade shows in the United States, the NCBA Trade Show at CattleCon24 is an unmissable event for anyone involved in the cattle industry.  

For more details and registration, visit convention.ncba.org

Source : wisconsinagconnection

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