2019 Information Sessions
Will the New Congress Bring Change to Ranching?
The 2018 mid-term elections put a Democrat back in the Speaker of the House seat in Washington, D.C. We’ll look at what this change means for agriculture, the beef business, trade, transportation and a host of issues that affect the lives of ranchers.
Speaker: Colin Woodall, senior vice president for government affairs, National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA)
Our Off-Shore Consumers
Less than 5 percent beef consumers live in our country. The vast majority of our beef is in demand around the world. Learn about the team of professionals with the U.S. Meat Export Federation who live and work outside the U.S., promoting the beef you produce to our off-shore consumers.
Speaker: U.S. Meat Export Federation
Eminent Domain: Are Accountability, Transparency, Fairness Too Much to Ask?
TSCRA leaders and staff continue the battle for eminent domain reform in the 2019 session of the Texas Legislature. The work we began in 2017 to bring accountability, transparency and fairness to eminent domain condemnation proceedings in Texas is fundamental to providing real protections to private property owners. This session will also provide updates on other important issues we’re working on to protect the ranching way of life.
Meet the New Best Friends of Our Consumers – Siri, Alexa, Google, and now Chuck!
“Smart” voice-activated technology has gone from new to normal at an incredible rate. Consumers are highly literate users of technology. They customize their news, entertainment and edutainment sources to their interests and demand that information be available via every device, from their smartphones to stovetops to SUVs. Beef checkoff dollars are keeping the beef message in front of consumers and “Chuck” is helping with the conversation.