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October 2022


The official newsletter of Kentucky's Beef Industry

Today's Beef Consumer


The National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA), as a contractor to the Beef Checkoff, is continually tracking trends, monitoring issues, and surveying the general landscape that has the potential to impact the beef industry. NCBA does this through a variety of tools, most notably by conducting consumer and market analysis, funded by the Beef Checkoff, while also scanning secondary research resources. Across the food landscape, it appears that increased prices for domestic goods, notably food products, continue to play a major role in consumer sentiment and purchasing habits. While some recent optimism has been noted regarding the U.S. economic situation, consumers are still showing signs of worry. 


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Fall Grazing Conference to focus on profitable grazing systems

By: Kenny Burdine


Cattle producers have two opportunities this fall to learn more about profitable grazing systems. The University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment, with the Kentucky Forage and Grassland Council and the UK Master Grazer Program will offer the Kentucky Fall Grazing Conference Oct. 26 in Leitchfield and Oct. 27 in Winchester.  


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Join or renew your membership today!


Membership in the Kentucky Cattlemen’s Association is open to any individual or organization that has an interest in the cattle industry of Kentucky. KCA’s funding is generated partly by voluntary dues paid by the over 10,000 members belonging to KCA. There are 99 Cattlemen’s Association Chapters that represent beef producers across the state and serve as a link between local associations and KCA.


For more information, contact Rachel Cain, KCA Membership and Communications Coordinator.


Click here to join or renew your membership using our Membership Portal!

KJCA

FALL CLASSIC

Bradon Burks, Director of Education

The Kentucky Junior Cattlemen's Association held their annual "KJCA Fall Classic" September 23rd-25th. Junior Cattlemen from across the state were able to come and participate in cattle shows, contests, and enjoy time with their friends during the weekend. We were thrilled to host over 140 kids and over 180 head of cattle! Congratulations to all of the exhibitors on a job well done!

Click the link below to view the full article and show results!

KJCA Fall Classic
In The News

RETAIL INSIGHTS


What's happening with Beef at Retail? These monthly articles leverage scanner data and other sources to inform retailers and other channel audiences on key beef industry trends and measures at retail. The topics may vary by month. We welcome your feedback, and if you are interested in a specific topic, please let us know by contacting BeefNewsNow@beef.org

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Read past issues of The Kentucky Cattleman Newsletter:

July 2022
August 2022
Sept 2022
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