N.C.B.A.'s 'Cattlemen to Cattlemen' debuts July 27

by Bryan Salvage
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DENVER – The National Cattlemen’s Beef Association’s (N.C.B.A.’s) Cattlemen to Cattlemen kicks off its fall season with a live, call-in show, on July 27, at 8:30 p.m. EDT on RFD-TV. Host Kevin Ochsner will speak to cattlemen from around the country about the latest issues impacting their operations.

Viewers can call (888) 824-6688 or e-mail questions anytime to c2c@beef.org during the live broadcast.

Callers will have an opportunity to ask questions directly to N.C.B.A. President Steve Foglesong, President-Elect Bill Donald, N.C.B.A. Federation of State Beef Councils Chairman Scott George and N.C.B.A. Vice President of Government Affairs Colin Woodall. Experts will be ready to discuss the political climate in Washington, what’s ahead for N.C.B.A., and other hot topics facing the industry, including the recent G.I.P.S.A. livestock marketing proposal, antibiotics, trade and environmental issues.

After the live show, viewers can join Kevin Ochsner every Tuesday night for a full season of new programming on N.C.B.A.’s Cattlemen to Cattlemen. N.C.B.A.’s Cattlemen to Cattlemen debuts each Tuesday at 8:30 p.m. on RFD-TV, with repeat airings on Wednesdays at 10:30 a.m. and Saturdays at 9:00 a.m. (all times Eastern). The show is also available online at www.CattlemenToCattlemen.org. Fans of the show can log onto Facebook by searching N.C.B.A.’s Cattlemen to Cattlemen or follow Twitter at NCBA C2C.

The program is possible thanks to the support of sponsors including Purina Mills, McDonalds, John Deere, Igenity, Pfizer Animal Health, Intervet Schering Plough Animal Health and Boehringer Ingleheim Vetmedica Inc.
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