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By Jolene | Published February 13, 2013
A write up on CYL’s recent trip to the NorthWest Stock Show in January was featured as a part of CCA’s Action News.
The link to the Action News is http://www.cattle.ca/action-news/2013/02-11-13.html
CYL participants benefit from learning opportunities at ILC USA
Cattlemen’s Young Leaders (CYL) participants attended the International Livestock Congress USA in Denver recently and took in a number of presentations supporting the event’s theme, Feeding the World II – Meeting the Challenge.
The ability of the beef industry to meet the challenge of feeding a burgeoning global population was the topic du jour and presentations on topics such as sustainability and traceability scored high marks with CYL participant Amy Mayner.
“It is inspirational to see so many speakers, producers and industry representatives with such a passion for improving the cattle industry both domestically and internationally. I greatly appreciate the opportunity to observe this firsthand,” Mayner said.
During the action-packed trip six CYL participants and a [ … ]
By Jolene | Published January 10, 2013
2012 Mentee Kim McCaw wrote an excellent summary of her experience as part of the Young Ranchers Program at the Five Nations Beef Alliance Conference hosted by Canada in September. She describes the interesting tours and excellent networking opportunities that the conference provided its participants. For the full article see the Ontario Beef Magazine December 2012 edition or visit: