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Missouri Cattlemen's Convention set for Dec. 11 to 13


The Missouri Cattlemen's Association 45th Annual Cattle Industry Convention & Trade Show will be held at the Holiday Inn Select and Executive Center, Columbia, Mo., Dec. 11 to 13.

The convention will be full of educational events for cattlemen and cattlewomen such as the Cattlemen's College. This event will focus on risk management and the challenges our industry is facing from extremist groups, like the Humane Society of the United States.

MCA is also excited to have special guest David Ball join convention for entrainment. Ball is known for his hit songs, "Riding with Private Malone," "Thinkin' Problem," "Look What Followed Me Home," and many more.

"This year's convention will be packed full of valuable information for cattlemen across the state," said MCA Executive Vice President Mike Deering. "I encourage our members to attend the conference to network with fellow cattlemen and collectively serve as the voice for our industry."

For early registration, go online or contact MCA Director of Membership Katie Steen for more information, at or call 573-499-9162.

Date: 12/03/2012


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