In our ZimmCast this week I interview Leon Corzine, President of the National Corn Growers Association, about marketing and legislation. Although sometimes these seem very separate they really are very related aspects of the business of agriculture.
Are you a cattle artist? Know of any? I don’t mean a cow who paints. I mean someone who paints cows, er, I mean pictures of cows or something like that. Anway, read the release for how you can help out the Holstein Foundation.
If you’ve wanted to do some creative work to promote lamb, now’s the time to obtain some financial assistance from the American Lamb Board.
The latest Missouri Corn Growers Association Talking News Release lets you know who will receive their annual scholarships. Lucky students!
The latest Talking News Release from the Missouri Beef Industry Council alerts people to the activities planned at on the Capitol grounds next week.
I’ve never learned how to dance but if I make it to this meeting maybe someone will teach me. The event ends with “Western Swing,” an evening of dining and dancing featuring the renowned Denver entertainment group “Western Flyer.”
In our weekly program from the Missouri Beef Industry Council, I talked to Communications Director Dawn Thurnau about Beef Day at the Capitol. It takes place on Tuesday, May 3. Dawn describes all the activities the MBIC is involved in that day. She doesn’t mention it but you can also get your picture take with Molly Moo! I’m looking forward to meeting her.
You know I was a judge in the Pork BarbeQlossal once. I would like to make a living getting paid to eat and judge. It was in Indianapolis a few years back. We were cautioned about eating too much during the judging so we didn’t get too full. I paced myself and I was hungry enough at the end to sample all the leftovers too!
This week in CornTalk, our interview program with the Missouri Corn Growers Association, Cindy speaks with MCGA board member, Brent Rockhold, about the latest energy legislation in congress and what’s next in the process.
The pig is good. That’s what I think it means. And it’s increasing pork sales in Mexico according to the U. S Meat Export Federation: