Mark your calendar

attend the annual Feeding Quality Forum
Tuesday, Aug. 27 – Wednesday, Aug. 28,
in Amarillo, Texas.

Elevate Your Operation

Designed to connect commercial cattlemen, feeders and allied industry, this two-day event offers valuable insights to improve cattle health management, cattle marketing and unique perspective on the future of the beef supply chain. View agenda and featured speakers.

Network with fellow quality beef enthusiasts, gain insight from today’s leading minds on cattle feeding and profitable beef production, and celebrate with this year’s Industry Achievement Award winner, Jerry Bohn.

General Registration: $100
Registration Deadline: July 22, 2019 – Includes access to all educational sessions, the Industry Achievement Award Banquet Dinner, lunch on Wednesday and access to presentations after the event; opportunity to access Packing Plant Tour (on a first-come, first-served basis)

Late Registration (after July 22, 2019): $200
Registration Deadline: August 9, 2019 – No registrations after this date accepted; on-site registration not allowed

Student Registration: $50
Registration Deadline: August 9, 2019 – Includes all general registration benefits

Register Now for Exclusive Add Ons (Sold Out)

Have you always wanted to see the inside of a packing plant? Be one of the first to register for Feeding Quality Forum to get one of the limited free seats on the Tuesday morning tour of the Cargill Friona Packing Plant.

Exclusive Packing Plant Tour (Cargill Meat Solutions - Friona) - Limited Number of Spots Available
Register early to get an inside look at how a beef carcass is broken down, packaged and stored at the Cargill Friona plant Tuesday morning, Aug. 27. Less than 50 spots are available and spots will be given to those who register on a first-come, first-served basis.

Not convinced it’s worth the time away from your business?

See highlights from last year’s event and hear what past Feeding Quality Forum attendees have to say about their experience.


Contact Marilyn Conley at 330-345-2333 or email

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