The Cattle Industry Summer Business Meeting features meetings of the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association, Cattlemen’s Beef Promotion & Research Board, American National CattleWomen, Inc. and the National Cattlemen’s Foundation.
The cattle industry comes together twice a year to discuss current issues as a group, to work on programs and initiatives, and to set the course we should take with our various projects for the betterment of the beef cattle industry.
Here cattle industry members will meet in both NCBA Policy committees and subcommittees, as well as Joint committees and subcommittees to discuss current developments, to work on initiatives developed at the Annual Cattle Industry Convention and to make plans for the upcoming fiscal year that begins October 1.
This virtual ag newsroom includes links to photos and audio content available free of charge for digital or print publication or broadcast.
NCBA’s Annual Summer Business Meeting Commences
2021 – 2025 Beef Industry Long Range Plan
Resolution on fed cattle price discovery
Strong Turnout of Cattle Producers Sets Important Policies for the Future
NCBA Addresses Checkoff Referendum Petition
2020 Cattle Industry Summer Business Meeting Photo Album
Kent Bacus, NCBA senior director of international trade and market access, discusses current trade issues
Interview with Kent Bacus, NCBA (9:52)
Marvin Kokes, NCBA Senior VP for corporate relations and events, talks about in person summer meeting
Interview with Marvin Kokes, NCBA (6:02)
Danielle Beck, NCBA Executive Director for Government Affairs, discusses dietary guidelines and campaign to generate comments and highlight #BenefitsofBeef.
Interview with Danielle Beck, NCBA (5:03)
Public Lands Council Executive Director Kaitlynn Glover
Interview with Kaitlynn Glover, PLC Executive Director (7:29)
Scott Yager, NCBA Chief Environmental Counsel
Interview with Scott Yager, NCBA (13:22)
James Hubbard, USDA Under Secretary for Natural Resources and Environment
Updated NCBA Federal Lands Committee on Forest Service management of grasslands
Interview with Jim Hubbard, USDA Undersecretary (9:13)
Ethan Lane, NCBA Vice President of Government Affairs, discusses resolution on voluntary efforts to improve cash fed cattle trade.
Interview with Ethan Lane, NCBA (6:38)