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2003 National Angus Conference & Tour

Angus Productions Inc. and Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica Inc. are teaming up to bring you real-time coverage of the 2003 National Angus Conference and Tour, being held this week in Mandan, N.D. Logon to www.angusjournal.com/nationalconference to download audio files and view photos and synopsis of the speakers and tour stops.

"Take Initiative" is the theme for the conference program, which starts at 8 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 25. The program features a wide range of speakers from all areas of the beef industry, including Daryl Strohbehn, Iowa State University; Barry Dunn, South Dakota State University; Phil Widel, Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedia Inc.; Ron Lemenager, Purdue University; Matt Perrier, American Angus Association; Kevin Yon, Ridge Spring, S.C.; Gene Harris, Killdeer, N.D.; and Vance Uden, Franklin, Neb. Individual presentations and panel discussions are both included on the conference schedule.

Following the conference, the tour will kick-off, showcasing some of the best family-owned Angus operations the state has to offer. Tour stops the evening after the conference program includes Tokach Angus Ranch, Ellingson Angus Ranch, and Schaff’s Angus Valley, all at Saint Anthony.
The first full day of the tour will take participants to Frey Angus Ranch, Granville; McCumber Angus Ranch, Rolette; Vollmer Angus Ranch, Wing; and a look at several herds gathered at Farmers Livestock Exchange, Bismarck.

The last day of the tour will showcase a group of breeders at Stockman’s Livestock Market, Dickinson; Brooks Chalky Butte Ranch, Bowman; Farview Angus Ranch, Regent; and another group stop at the Morton County Fairgrounds, New Salem.

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