Texas Cattle Feeders Association Launches New Website Devoted to Telling the Cattle Feeding StoryFri, 14 Jun 2019 09:41:33 CDT
Texas Cattle Feeders Association (TCFA) is excited to announce the launch of www.tcfa.org, an updated website devoted to telling the cattle feeding story.
This new website is intended to be a resource for TCFA members, industry associates and the general public seeking to learn more about the cattle feeding community. The new design is responsive, making it more functional on mobile devices and desktop screens of all sizes.
“With a modernized website, we have greater opportunity to tell our story online,” said Levi Berry, TCFA chairman. “Whether people are looking for answers about cattle production methods, beef nutrition or the role of cattle feeders in their communities, this new tool allows us to shed light on the hard-working men and women who dedicate their lives to raising the safest, most responsibly-raised beef on the planet.”
The website encompasses more information about animal care, environmental stewardship and employee safety in relation to cattle feeding. TCFA is focused on utilizing the website to place relevant content more effectively on social media outlets and other digital platforms.
Another important new feature of the website is “The Latest” section, found on the homepage. This section shares details about TCFA-related events and news. More photography and video were also incorporated to create an engaging online experience. On the homepage is a video featuring Levi Berry, TCFA Chairman and cattle feeder. The video can be viewed here.
“We’ve updated the website with a fresh look that is more mobile friendly and easy to use, but our hope is to add much more than just aesthetics,” said Ross Wilson, TCFA president & CEO. “We want to meet people where they are so they can better understand the role cattle feeders play in producing safe and nutritious beef here in our region.”
To view the new TCFA website, visit www.tcfa.org.
Source - Texas Cattle Feeders Association
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