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YPC “Cattle Call”

The National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (“NCBA”) Young Producers’ Council (“YPC”) blog titled “Cattle Call” is finally up on the web!  You can find the blog here on NCBA’s website.  You can also find Eddy Arnold’s version of the “Cattle Call” here (Sorry, I couldn’t resist).

YPC has some great bloggers from very diverse backgrounds.  I am looking forward to reading about their various viewpoints on issues affecting young cattle producers.  Bloggers include Richard “Ricky” Booth (Florida), Chelsea Good (Kansas), Doug Ferguson (Nebraska), Jenna Feusener (Washington), Matt Hardecke (Missouri), Blair Hunewill (California/Nevada), Traci Middleton (Tennessee), Katlin Mulvaney (Alabama), Travis Reid (Pennsylvania), Brian Spitzer (Kansas), and Crystal Young (Missouri).

Make sure you follow this blog for a young, vibrant spin on beef news, agriculture policy, and life in the cattle industry!

YPC is for cattle producers ages 18-35.  If you are interested in becoming a member of YPC and already a member of NCBA, please call 866-BEEF-USA.  You can become a member of NCBA here.

Disclaimer:
"This blog is for informational purposes only and is not intended to create an attorney-client relationship. It is recommended that you speak to an attorney licensed in your jurisdiction before relying on the information in this blog."

One Response to YPC “Cattle Call”

  1. […] About a year and a half ago on this blog, I introduced the blog from the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (“NCBA”) Young Producers’ Council (“YPC”) (@YPCBeef) titled “The Cattle Call.”  With the help of Nate Jaeger, Katy Groseta, and a handful of fantastic cattle bloggers, the blog has served as a voice for young cattle producers throughout the country on a myriad of topics.  Social media remains a top priority for YPC.  Last January, I decided to take on a new leadership role with YPC.  Lauren Chase (@LaurenMSea), a Montana cowgirl, stepped up to the plate and volunteered as the new Editor of the YPC Cattle Call.  Lauren, along with her co-editors, Jessica Bussard (@CowgirlJesse), Danielle Schubert, and Meghan Woolridge, decided to revamp the design of YPC Cattle Call.  The new blog can be found here.   If you are interested in blogging for YPC Cattle Call, please contact Lauren directly at lauren.chase4@gmail.com. […]

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