Sponsored by: Frost Bank Speakers: Alicia D. Meinzer, Shareholder, Bourland, Wall & Wenzel, P.C. & Jennifer Grammer, Senior Tax Manager, Whitley Penn LLP Moderated by: A Frost Advisor To help cattle raisers make informed decisions with estate planning, the Frost team will provide insight into the tax provisions set to expire at the end of

Sponsored by: TSCRA Cattle Health & Well-Being Committee Speaker: Jessica Finck, Merck Animal Health Consumer trends toward beef can often paint a picture of future impacts throughout the supply chain. Attend this session to hear about changes made at the consumer level that are trickling back to producers.

Speakers: Laura Bowen, Braun & Gresham Attorneys at Law; Garrett Couts, Brady & Hamilton LLP; Joe Will Ross, Joe William Ross PC In this popular workshop agriculture attorneys spend time answering legal questions. The session will focus on fence, energy, liability, water, eminent domain and easement law. Bring questions in your back pocket

Speaker: Caitlyn Grudzinski, Commodity & Ingredient Hedging Dive into data that drives beef demand and margin levels for the packer, cattle feeder and retailer while exploring who is gaining and losing leverage. This session will share an overview of current trends on beef demand, changes in beef quality grading, both fed and cow

Speaker: Parks Brown, Uhl, Fitzsimons, Burton, Wolff & Rangel PLLC It’s time to cut through the carbon clutter. In this session Brown discusses what you need to know to stay in the loop about carbon. He will explore the reality of incorporating carbon credits, whether insetting or offsetting, as well as what to

Speakers: Ryan O’Shaughnessy, Ph.D., & Dale Rollins, Ph.D., Rolling Plains Quail Research Foundation Bobwhite and scaled quail populations have declined significantly throughout the past 50 years. Various parasites, especially eyeworms and cecal worms, are receiving attention for plausibly indicating a quail decline in Texas. Two experts share insights into the trends.

Speaker: Austin Tucker, Specialized Crop Insurance Pasture, Rangeland and Forage (PRF) coverage helps ranchers mitigate financial losses caused from lack of rainfall. As Texas and the Southwest heads into an El Niño year, the importance of a properly set PRF policy is bottom line critical.

Speaker: Travis Whitney, Ph.D., Livestock Nutrition Center Improving a property’s natural resources could begin with a solid supplementation strategy. Learn how to capitalize on targeted supplementation programs and grazing management to enhance rangeland health, assist drought-affected pastures, regenerate spent pastures, mitigate risks associated with limited forage biomass, and enhance long-term profit potential.


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