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Manage For Profit symposium to cover calf election and marketing strategies

While cattle producers are forced to play the hand they are dealt, it’s important to realize that a strategically played trump card can win the game. The drought-stricken, high-input-cost environment in which producers are currently operating results in profitability being determined by how successful producers add value to their calf crop.

Join leaders of all segments of the beef supply chain to discuss current and futuristic strategies that producers of all sizes can implement now to ensure a profitable future.

The free Manage For Profit symposium will be held on the afternoon of June 12, in Oklahoma City, Okla., at the Renaissance Oklahoma City Convention Center Hotel and will kick off the annual Beef Improvement Federation Research Symposium and Convention from June 12 to 15.

Register online for the free symposium at redangus.org or contact RAAA at 940-387-3502. More information on the symposium will be available soon.

Date: 5/27/2013

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