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Texas Beef Council hosts Farm to Fork tour


The Texas Beef Council recently hosted the "Farm to Fork: Celebrate, Preserve, Strengthen" tour where more than 20 nutrition and health thought leaders had the unique opportunity to take a behind the scenes look into cattle ranching and beef production practices in Texas. The guided tour allowed for time to interact with ranching families and other agriculture experts to answer pressing beef production questions. The group also heard top-notch research presentations on protein, performance and cognition from internationally recognized nutrition scientists. The tour further emphasized the industry's commitment to educating influential audiences who, in turn, communicate about modern beef production to their patients, readers, shoppers and clients.

Date: 12/17/2012


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