Same Time New City for 2022 Cattle Industry ConventionWed, 25 Aug 2021 10:53:08 CDT
In a press release, the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA) offers new details on the cattle convention’s move to Texas.
The 2021 Cattle Industry Convention may have just wrapped up after moving to August, but the 2022 event is returning to its regularly scheduled time slot in February. The 2022 Cattle Industry Convention and NCBA Trade Show will be held Feb. 1-3, in Houston, with the theme of “Gone to Texas”. With only a few short months until the next convention, planning is already underway to create a unique experience in a new host city.
“This is the first time the convention will be held in Houston, and we are extremely excited about offering new opportunities for attendees,” Kristin Torres, NCBA executive director of meetings and events, said. “The city has amazing facilities, making it convenient for everyone to fully enjoy all activities.”
The annual convention continues to be one of the industry’s largest events where thousands of cattlemen and women gather to learn, conduct business, network and have fun. The 2022 convention marks the 124th anniversary of the legendary event, and one that will offer a variety of activities that are appropriate for all ages.
Cattlemen’s College, which immediately precedes convention, will bring thought-provoking, stimulating sessions that provide producers with information they can put to work on their farms and ranches. The convention’s world-class NCBA Trade Show will feature more than seven acres of indoor and outdoor displays as well as live cattle handling demonstrations, educational sessions and entertainment. Trade show booths are already 95 percent sold out and exhibitors will offer products and services such as animal health products, equipment, irrigation technology, software, trailers and so much more.
Registration will open on Nov. 1, 2021. Additional information will be available soon at https://convention.ncba.org.
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