Two days. Countless life-changing insights. ONE18 will explore the transformative power of ideas and their ability to change your beef business, your life and even our world.
After 14 years, U.S. beef is back on the shelves in China, creating new opportunities in 2018. To succeed, you need to know the key players in the global beef market and hone your strategy — after all, the right message and the right product can make or break a sale. Get the big picture from the experts in this special session.Read More
The Canadian Beef Sustainability Acceleration (CBSA) Pilot will make Canada the first country to deliver beef from certified sustainable sources. With data protection through blockchain, this represents enormous capacity to trace genetics, nutrition and management activities through the chain, effectively achieving virtual integration.Read More
Why are we still using inorganic minerals? Science has spoken and the message is clear: Organic trace minerals mean less inclusion, less waste and better meat quality. What mineral myths prevent you from embracing the future? Uncover the truth and learn how a simple change in your ration can have a big impact on your bottom line.Read More
Liver abscesses are a major issue in feedlot cattle at slaughter and represent a significant economic cost to the producer, the packer and, ultimately, to the end consumer. Yet pushing “hotter” cattle rations is key to increased performance. Join us to discover the real science behind this problem and how one scientist is blazing an innovative new trail.Read More
We’ve all heard about the explosion of natural, antibiotic-free and European beef programs, but where does the money really come from? And how can you get a cut of the action? Join us as we get into the nitty-gritty details of value-added programs and how your operation can qualify for them. With just a few key changes, learn how to make the extra profit and score a bigger return.Read More
What if we could use gene editing to tackle some of the most important challenges facing the beef industry? Traditionally, these decisions have been made by the cow-calf producer, who often does not see the animals after they leave the farm. Learn how gene editing could revolutionize the entire beef supply chain.Read More