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The annual cattle feeders summit and Hall of Fame induction next year will join with NCBA's convention and trade show in New Orleans.

Cattle Feeders Hall of Fame joins NCBA this winter

Former summer event moves to annual NCBA cattle convention and trade show.

The 10th Cattle Feeders Hall of Fame banquet will be held January 29, 2019, in conjunction with the Cattle Industry Convention and NCBA Trade Show in New Orleans.

The event will feature the announcement of the newest inductees of the Hall of Fame. The Cattle Feeders Hall of Fame was established to recognize individuals who have made extraordinary and lifelong contributions to the cattle feeding industry. In years past, the Cattle Feeders Hall of Fame banquet was held in July in Denver during the NCBA’s summer meetings.

The Cattle Feeders Hall of Fame inductees are selected by a nominating committee and then voted on by peers. The two cattle feeders who will be inducted during the 2019 banquet will join a distinguished group of cattle industry leaders. You can cast your vote until October 19 for the 2019 nominees at http://www.cattlefeeders.org/vote-hof/. Tickets for the 2019 Cattle Feeders Hall of Fame banquet can be purchased as part of your Cattle Industry Convention registration and will be available at this link.  Cattle Feeders Hall of Fame attendees will receive a $50 discount on their Cattle Industry Convention registration, courtesy of NCBA. Event sponsorship and table sponsorships are also available. All proceeds from ticket sales and corporate sponsorships will benefit future initiatives for the Cattle Feeders Hall of Fame. All funds from tickets purchased by cattle feeders will be donated in full to the Hall of Fame.

If you are interested in sponsorship, contact Dustin Johansen at (309) 339-4718; Cliff Becker at (913) 579-7675; or Chub Klein, (402) 443-7337. Donations also can be made to the Hall of Fame.  

Source: Cattle Feeders Hall of Fame

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