Beef 706 program Aug. 8-9 helps cattle producers enhance economic viability

The long-running Beef 706 educational program designed to teach cattle producers about the food side of their business is set for Aug. 8-9 on the T...

July 4, 2022
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The long-running Beef 706 educational program designed to teach cattle producers about the food side of their business is set for Aug. 8-9 on the Texas A&M University campus. Beef cattle producers get a chance to learn more about the value of their product at the annual Beef 706, set this year on Aug. 8-9 in College Station. (Texas A&M AgriLife photo by Blair Fannin) Beef 706 is designed for beef cattle producers and managers, ranchers and ranch personnel, feed yard personnel, allied livestock business personnel, veterinarians, teachers, AgriLife Extension personnel and college students, said Dan Hale, Ph.

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