High Plains Journal - Livestock
Monday, May 25th, 2020
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Visit High Plains Journal booth #269 for a chance to win a Cattle U Giveaway

High Plains Journal Field Editor Kylene Scott, Associate Editor Jennifer M. Latzke and other HPJ staff are attending the 2020 Cattle Industry Convention and National Cattlemen’s Beef Association Trade Show this week. 

If you're at the NCBA trade show, visit High Plains Journal's booth #269 and register to win a $500 Cattle U Giveaway, which includes: 

  • 2 registrations to Cattle U, July 29-30, in Dodge City, Kansas;
  • 2 Dodge City Roundup PRCA Rodeo Tickets;
  • 2 nights of accommodation; and
  • 1 subscription to High Plains Journal.

Follow along here at HPJ.com for more coverage of the convention and trade show.

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Jenni and Kylene discuss their views on how the coronavirus pandemic may change our perspective on food security, storage, and waste—as well as their thoughts about buying local produce only vs. continuing to shop in stores. Aaron Harries, VP of Research and Operations for Kansas Wheat, shares about how the annual Winter Wheat Quality Tour is moving to a virtual experience during the 2020 COVID-19 stay-at-home orders.

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