MANHATTAN, Kan. — Two of the world’s top beef breed associations are bringing together their collective expertise for the 2012 Beef Profit Alliance, July 22-24 at Kansas State University.


MANHATTAN, Kan. — Two of the world’s top beef breed associations are bringing together their collective expertise for the 2012 Beef Profit Alliance, July 22-24 at Kansas State University.
Combined, the Red Angus Association of America and the American Simmental Association have a multi-breed database of more than 9 million animals, including thousands of sires.
That collective knowledge will be the focus of this year’s national meeting at K-State. The program includes university and industry professionals in breeding, veterinary medicine, meat science, cow-calf production, seedstock production, animal health and more.
Registration costs $85, which includes two meals and transportation to an “Evening in the Flint Hills” on July 23.
More information is available on the breed associations’ websites at http://www.simmental.org and http://www.redangus.org.