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KCA to Host Regional Meeting in Maple Hill
Kansas Ag Connection - 12/05/2018

Kansas Cattlemen's Association (KCA) will host a regional cattlemen's meeting in Maple Hill to discuss industry topics on the evening of Dec. 12 at 6 p.m. The meeting will take place at the Nextgen's Chophouse at 215 Main St. Dr. Justin Smith, Kansas animal health commissioner; KCA staff; and organization partners will discuss policy, animal health, and KCA programs. The presentations and meal are free and open to the public.

Dr. Smith leads the animal disease control team, helping organize and execute foreign animal disease preparation efforts, and engaging industry in the work of the division along with many other duties. Prior to coming to KDA as a field veterinarian in 2011, Smith managed a western Kansas ranch, worked as a private practicing veterinarian and as a livestock Extension agent.

KCA is actively supporting independent producers in Topeka and Washington, D.C. As we prepare to open the 2019 legislative session in Kansas, KCA will discuss anticipated legislative work for the coming term.

The meeting includes a free USA beef dinner. To help ensure enough of the meal for everyone, please RSVP to 785-238-1483. Sponsors making the free meal possible, include: WaterTight Roofing, State Auto Farm & Ranch Insurance, Ag Partners COOP, Wildcat Feeds, and Gee Tire.

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