June 28-29, 2021

Salmon, Idaho

We are headed to the beautiful, scenic mountain town of Salmon for Summer Round-Up this year. Come join us June 28-29. Summer Round-Up is the best place you can be this summer to engage in relevant conversations with industry experts that relate directly to how you can improve your business, your operation and your herd.

Come early on Sunday and raft the mighty Salmon River, enjoy dinner catered by the 4-H Horsemen and try your hand at the cornhole tournament.

During Summer Round-Up, you will hear updates from the National Cattlemen's Beef Association, Idaho Beef Council, Idaho Department of Ag and the Idaho Department of Lands. Tour the University of Idaho Nancy M. Cummings Research Center. John Nalifka and Brandon Willis will provide us with a market update, and Ashlee Westerhold with the University of Idaho AgBiz will teach us about economic resources.

Whether you’re planning to see the sights on the annual Range Tour or are dusting off your clubs for the annual J.R. Simplot Memorial Golf Tournament, you won’t want to miss Tuesday night's barbecue and the Cowgirl Triathalon at the Lemhi County Fairgrounds.

We want you to join us, so make sure you set aside the time to take in as much of the mid-year conference as you can. We will meet you in Salmon!

Hotel Information

Make your room reservations by Sunday, May 30th at The Stagecoach Inn by calling 208-756-2919.

Registration Information

Registration must be received in the ICA office by Friday, June 15th.

On-site registration is available at an increased rate. Meal availability is NOT guaranteed.

Register online below!

Summer Round-Up Whitewater Rafting

Sunday, June 27, 2021
Salmon, Idaho

Cost: $140 per person (includes lunch and dinner)

The warm and friendly town of Salmon is surrounded by hot springs, endless trails for hiking, biking and horseback riding — and the infamous “River of No Return.” It’s a mecca of historical sites, including Native American history, the paths that Lewis and Clark traveled, the birthplace of Sacajawea — and much more. The Salmon River is known for being the longest free-flowing river in the lower 48 states, undammed, wild and scenic for 425 miles, and offers world-class fishing, wildlife viewing, scenery and whitewater. The Main Salmon has high-volume class III & IV rapids, with deep water and fun waves. With its pool-and-drop nature, there is ample time for preparation and recovery! Roller coaster-style rides through splashy waves are fun for everyone.

Salmon River Recreation will be guiding us on two whitewater trips along the upper main Salmon River. Join us on this rich river experience on Sunday, June 27. We will have two rafting times: 9 a.m. & 11 a.m. Please choose a time slot, but keep in mind we may have to move you due to size limitations. Whitewater rafting is for ages 7 and up. It is recommended you wear synthetic clothing and river sandals or tennis shoes for rafting. If you wear sunglasses, don’t forget your chums or croakies. Also bring a full water bottle, sunscreen, lip screen and a hat. You can bring a camera; they will have waterproof bags. You might want to also bring a small towel, a change of clothes, a rain jacket if the weather looks chilly, and cash for souvenir photos, T-shirts, etc. Please do not bring valuables on the river. You will be able to leave personal items on the bus.

Lunch consisting of a beef brisket sandwich and all the fixins will be served either before or after rafting depending on your group.

Dinner to follow at the Elks Lodge at 901 Lombard St., Salmon.

BUS DEPARTS FROM THE STAGECOACH INN IN SALMON AT 9 A.M. AND 11 A.M

Register for whitewater rafting below (under Individual tickets).