Idaho Has More Cowboys, You Just Can't See them From The Road
Idaho has more cowboys, you just can’t see them from the road -- but you can see them in SunValley this November 12th - 14th at the Idaho Cattle Association’s Annual Convention and Tradeshow.
The annual ICA event is focused on the cattlemen’s needs, putting you face-to-face with some of the industry’s most renowned experts. We will showcase vendors and speakers that mean something to you and your operation - and hope that you will leave our convention with a new network of friends and newly obtained knowledge.
Below are just a few of the speakers and activities that we will be offering at this year’s convention. To add to the list there will be a Cattlemen’s College sponsored by Zoetis and Northwest Farm Credit Services, the Idaho Beef Council Luncheon, several break out sessions that will include quickbooks training, environmental and public lands policy updates, and lastly the famous President’s Banquet, where you will enjoy some of the best prime rib with great company and good times.
Trade Show Strolling Supper & Auction
Four different food stations will provide options for every palate while you visit with over 60 exhibitors about the newest products they offer. The savory food options are the perfect treat as you grab and go throughout the night -- Then raise your paddle during the ICA fundraising auction.
Bruce Vincent - A third generation logger, shares firsthand knowledge of how the timber industry spent enormous resources fighting and wasted years of opportunity by not leading the charge to implement their own vision of forestry in America. He will help us understand what our industry can do to avoid the same pitfalls.
Meat Product Quality
Join the University of Idaho’s meats professors Dr. Phil Bass and Dr. Michael Collie as they take a look at thequality of our final product.
State Programs that Benefit our Industry
We welcome our partners at the Idaho State Department of Agriculture and their Director Celia Gould as we get an update on some of the programs and options that benefit the industry in the state of Idaho. We will also be looking at how the partnerships with ISDA can continue the success of Idaho’s Cattle Industry.
Vendors & Sponsors can find general and registration information here.