Explore the offerings at two Southeast Cattlemens’ conferences.
The early days of April are convention time in the Southeast as both the Georgia Cattlemen’s Association and the South Carolina Cattlemen’s Association are holding their annual meetings. Such shows and expos are a prime time for those in the cattle industry to get together, learn, network, and celebrate their industries. AgAmerica will have team members in attendance at each show; explore below to find out what to expect at these cattle expos.
The Georgia Cattlemen’s Association Convention and Beef Expo
The Georgia Cattlemen’s Association Convention and Beef Expo is scheduled for April 5th through the 7th in Perry, Georgia. The event will feature meetings, a trade show, cattle sales and judging, luncheons and banquets, and educational presentations. Highlights include:
- Forage Conference with Dr. Dennis Hancock
- Cattlemen’s College “Marketing Local Beef” Panel
- GCA General Membership Meeting
- Southeast Elite Female Sale
AgAmerica’s correspondent lender, Ethan Cooper, will be in attendance. Stop by AgAmerica booth #46 and say hello.
The South Carolina Cattlemen’s Annual Meeting
The 22nd SCCA Annual Meeting is scheduled for April 5th and 6th in Clemson, South Carolina. This event also offers an array of meetings, networking opportunities, a trade show, and educational presentations that will be of value to all South Carolina beef producers. Highlights include:
- Presentations by Dr. Temple Grandin
- A cattle handling demonstration
- Discussion on forage opportunities with Drs. Don Ball and Garry Lacefield
AgAmerica’s correspondent lender, Cameron Flowers, will be stationed at the AgAmerica Lending booth at the Trade Show. Stop by to say hello and discuss our custom loan products.
AgAmerica is proud to assist the cattle producers of the Southeast and the rest of the country. Contact us today to speak with a team member about how our customized financial solutions can benefit your cattle operation.
Ethan joined AgAmerica Lending as a Correspondent Lender in 2013. He is dedicated to providing individual attention to each of his clients and building both personal friendships and professional relationships with them.
Cameron Flowers is a 7th generation South Carolinian having been born and raised in Aynor, South Carolina. He grew up working on his family’s tobacco and swine farm, and in high school won both the state FFA soil judging and farm business management competitions.