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Join the Young Cattlemen’s Conference this August

Join the Young Cattlemen’s Conference this August

By Andi Anderson

The annual Young Cattlemen’s Conference (YCC) invited young leaders in the cattle industry to Central Ohio, scheduled for August 8-10.

The conference is designed to provide a comprehensive learning and networking experience for young beef industry professionals who aspire to be progressive and profitable in their operations or to become influential industry representatives.

The YCC offers an array of activities and educational sessions aimed at enhancing the attendees' knowledge and skills.

Participants will have the chance to engage in workshops that improve their public relations abilities, learning effective ways to represent their operations and the beef industry to the public.

These sessions are crafted to challenge participants to think innovatively and outside traditional frameworks.

One of the highlights of the conference is the chance to visit the Ohio Statehouse, where attendees can interact with elected officials and discuss current industry issues.

A mini Beef 509 session will be held at The Ohio State University’s Department of Animal Sciences, providing deeper insights into beef production.

Attendees will enjoy a special behind-the-scenes tour of The Ohio State University’s football practice facility, adding a unique element to the conference experience. This tour, coupled with numerous networking opportunities, allows participants to connect with other industry leaders and forge valuable relationships.

The conference is open to any member of the Ohio Cattlemen’s Association (OCA) over the age of 20 who demonstrates significant leadership potential and community involvement.

Both individual and couple registrations are encouraged, with counties urged to nominate prospective participants.

The registration fee includes all conference activities, meals, a two-night hotel stay, and a conference t-shirt. The event kicks off late Thursday afternoon on August 8 and concludes after lunch on Saturday, August 10.

For more details or to register, interested parties can contact the OCA office via email at or call 614-873-6736.

This event promises to be a pivotal stepping stone for young professionals eager to make their mark in the cattle industry.

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