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Dear friends in the cattle industry, It is my honor to welcome you back to Lexington for the 2017 KCA Convention and Agriculture Industry Trade Show. Returning to Lexington sure is nice for me as it is right down the road from my farm! This is a great location to bring in some of our great cattlemen from around the area with plenty of shopping and entertainment. Our cattle industry in the state has a lot going on right now and the convention is a great time to talk about those issues and how to move forward with this cattle market. In addition to visiting with friends and cattle producers from across the state, you will also have the opportunity to discuss economic and policy issues in our state for the coming year at our Convention. Your participation is essential to making the decisions and shaping the future of the cattle industry in our state. Thanks for being a part of the 2017 KCA Convention. Enjoy all of the meetings and trade show, but make sure to enjoy time with all of your friends and fellow cattlemen across the state too! Enjoy! Tim White Convention Chairman

TABLE OF CONTENTS

WELCOME

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Registration Information....2-4 Agenda.................................6-7 Maps.....................................8 Sponsors..............................10 Hall of Fame.......................12 What’s New at Convention.14 Trade Show Map.................16-17 Forages at KCA..................18 Beef EfďŹ ciency Conference........................20 Speakers.............................22-23 Young Auctioneers to Debut at Convention........24 Q & A with NCBA.............29


REGISTRATION

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Registration Information Hyatt Regency Lexington 401 West High Street Lexington, KY 40507 859-253-1234 fax 859-254-7430 Lexington Convention Center 430 West Vine Street Lexington, KY 40507 859-233-4567 fax 859-253-2718

Registration

The KCA registration desk will be located in the Registration Booths in the Lobby of the Convention Center. Registration is required to attend the educational programs, business meetings, social events and the Trade Show. Student registrations and KJCA registrations are available with Student ID.

Registration Hours Friday 7:00 am - 6:00 pm Saturday 6:30 am - 6:00 pm

The following services are offered in the registration area: • KCA and BTGC Pre-Registration

Listed below are the events/activities that are open and are included in your registration fees: Beef Efficiency Conference • Allied Industry Meeting • Welcome Reception including free lunch • Opening General Session • KBC/KCA Ribeye Cookoff • Allied Industry Game Night • Q&A with NCBA • Ag Industry Breakfast • Regional Meetings • Membership Awards & Closing Session• Forages Program • Feeder Calf Sale

On-Site Registration Prices Registration including Trade Show $75 Student Registration $10 (Age 9 and up, IncludIng KJCA members) Trade Show Only $10

Badges Convention badges are required for admittance to all convention events and the Trade Show. Hold on to your badge and be sure not to lose it.

Tickets You must purchase tickets to attend the following events: Meals

• KCA and BTGC On-Site Registration

• Evening Banquet - $50

• Event Ticket Sales

• Preferred Banquet Seating - $600 Includes table for 10

• KCA Information: Cow Bell Giveaway, App Info, Etc. • Delegate Sign-In

Tickets will be collected for all meal events. If you have lost or did not receive the tickets you requested, please check with the staff at the KCA Registration desk.

Ladies Program - $15 (Limited availability) Participation is limited for all the ticketed events. Tickets will be sold on a space-available basis.

General Information


LIVESTOCK MARKETING GROUP Albany

Cattle Sale Every Wednesday 9:30 AM(CT) Cow Sale 2nd Friday of Every Month 6:00 PM(CT) Hog, Goat & Sheep Sale 1st Monday of Every Month 6:00 PM(CT) Bret Carver 606-387-4681 or 270-459-0724

Campbellsville

Cattle Sales Every Wednesday & Saturday 10:00 AM Cow Sale 1st Friday of Every Month 7:00 PM Ronnie Choate 270-465-4051 or 270-766-8240

East-Mt. Sterling

Cattle Sales Every Monday & Wednesday 8:30 AM Tim Gayheart 859-498-9625 or 859-229-4437

Maysville

Cattle Sales Every Tuesday 10:30 AM & Friday 6:30 PM Horse Sale 1st Saturday of Every Month 2:00 PM Dale Browning 606-759-7280 or 606-748-3271

Richmond

Cattle Sales Every Tuesday & Friday 9:00 AM Cow Sale 2nd Friday of Every Month 1:00 PM Hog, Goat & Sheep Sale 2nd Monday of Every Month 1:00 PM Jim Dause 859-623-1280 or 859-314-7211

South-Stanford

Cattle Sales Every Monday & Thursday 8:30 AM Cow Sale 3rd Friday of Every Month 6:30 PM David Holt 606-365-0665 or 502-680-0797

Internet at Blue Grass South

Video Sales 2nd & 4th Thursday of Every Month 12:30 PM Jeremy Shryock 859-967-6479

New Lexington Barn Sale Ring

Upcoming CPH Sales Blue Grass South

January 24, 2017 5:30 PM March 14, 2017 5:30 PM

www.bgstockyards.com

Projected opening September 2017

South-Stanford 606-365-0665

Albany 606-387-4681

Look us up at the Kentucky Cattlemen’s Convention! January 19-20th Visit our booth at the trade show and join us for the Internet Sale, Friday at 4:00 PM!

Richmond 859-623-1280

Campbellsville 270-465-4051

East-Mt. Sterling 859-498-9625 Maysville 606-759-7280


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Meeting Attire Attire for the meeting sessions and events is business casual.

Meeting Etiquette As a courtesy to our speakers and other attendees, please have your phone in either silent or vibrate mode while you are in the sessions. Your cooperation is appreciated.

Parking There are numerous parking areas close to the Lexington Convention Center

Smoking The Lexington Convention Center is a non-smoking facility.

By participating in this event you acknowledge that promotional photographs may be taken at any spot in the Lexington Convention Center and/or in any scheduled functions a the hotels or off-property. Such photographs become the property of KCA when taken, and by registering and participating in the KCA Convention and Trade Show, you the attendee have granted permission for your photograph to be taken and used at the sole discretion of KCA, without further permission, compensation, or acknowledgement.

Waiver of Liability KCA is not responsible for lost or damaged articles, accidents, any mishap due to alcohol or drug abuse, disasters, government regulation or advisory, death, injury, illness, fire, disruption, delays, modifications or cancels caused by weather conditions, or any mechanical or electrical difficulties, strikes, lockouts, acts or threats of terrorism, civil disorder, acts of Gods, and other events beyond the control of KCA. KCA will make every effort to conduct the program as described; however, KCA reserves the right to make adjustments to the programs without affecting their overall quality.

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Investing is Not Planning. The Lemily Group is based out of Bowling Green and services the entire state of Kentucky. We work closely with our clients to help them create and preserve their legacies for their families. We believe strongly that with proper planning, the family farm can always remain just that - the family farm.

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AGENDA

6 2017 KCA Convention & Trade Show Agenda (1/8/17) Wednesday, January 18, 2017 1:00-4:00

Trade Show Move-In-Heritage Hall

1:00

UK- IRM Meeting -Elkhorn D

1:30-3:00

KCA- Opening General Session Heritage Ballroom 2&3

Thursday, January 19, 2017 7:00-6:00

Registration Hours-Elkhorn Registration

7:00-11:00

Trade Show Move-In-Heritage Hall

8:00

KCA- KCA Executive Committee Meeting- Henry Clay

8:30-11:30

KCA- Beef Effi ciency Conference- Heritage Ballroom 2&3 Welcome – Dr. Gordon Jones, -Western Kentucky University Emeritus Professor -Decision Making for Effi cient Beef Production- Dr. Tom Field University of Nebraska-Lincoln -Current Status of Genomic TestingDr. Jon Beever, University of Illinois -Managing Pasture to Improve Soil Heath- Mr. Johnny Rogers, North Carolina State University -Question / Answer Session – Dr. Jeff Lehmkuhler & Dr. Gordon Jones, Moderators

10:00

KCA- Allied Industry Meeting Elkhorn D

11:00

Trade Show Opens-Heritage Hall

11:30

KCA- Welcome Lunch- Heritage Hall

12:30-1:30

KCA - FFA Career Panel- Patterson Ballroom B

Congratulations to Registration prize winner, Eddie Young, Washington County. Eddie will receive a $100 Cabela’s Gift Card. Everyone who registered before December 31 was entered into the drawing.

-Policy Issues Update- Colin Woodall, National Cattlemen’s Beef Association -Kentucky Beef Network Annual Report -Kentucky Beef Council Annual Report 3:30

KCA- KCA Foundation Meeting Henry Clay

4:00

KBC/KCA Rib-eye Cook-off Heritage Hall Stage

4:00

BT- Burley Tobacco Grower’s Cooperative Annual Meeting -Rick Alexander, Executive Director, Agriculture Workforce Management Association -Greg Harris, President, Council for Burley Tobacco, Inc. -Dr. Will Snell, Agricultural Economist, University of Kentucky -Daniel Green, President, International Tobacco Growers Association Clifton Parker, Agricultural Risk Management Consultant, Crop Insurance Elkhorn A&B

5:00

KCA- County President’s Awards Night- (Invitation Only) Blue Grass Pre-function

7:00-10:00

KCA- Allied Industry Game Night Exhibition Hall

7:30-8:30

Q & A with NCBA- Elkhorn A & B

10:00

Trade Show Closes


KCA Membership Awards

6:30-6:00

Registration Hours- Elkhorn Registration

KCA Communications Report KCA Annual Report

7:00

Trade Show Opens- Heritage Hall

2:00-4:30

7:00-9:00

Ag Industry Breakfast, Warren Beeler, GOAP- Heritage Hall Stage

8:30-4:00

KCA- Silent Auction Starts

9:00-11:00

KJCA- Load Bus for tour of WinStar Farm

9:00-10:00

BT- U.S. Tobacco GAP Training 2017 - Elkhorn A&B

9:00-11:00

KCA- Regional Meetings Region 1- Patterson Ballroom B Region 2-Patterson Ballroom D Region 3- Berea Room Region 4- Patterson Ballroom E-G Region 5- Patterson Ballroom C

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KCA- Forages at KCA- Patterson Ballroom B&C “Promote Growth and Animal Health with Isoflavones in Red Clover and other Legumes”, Dr. Michael Flythe, USDA-ARS Scientist at the Forage Animal Production Research Unit “Building a Year Round Grazing System” Dr. Chris Teutsch, UK Forage Extension Specialist “How to Maximize Energy Content in Forage Grasses” Dr. Ray Smith, UK Forage Extension Specialist

2:30-4:30

KCA- Ladies Program “Heart of the Farm” with Wine & Canvas Heritage Hall

3:00

KJCA- Officer Elections (Current KJCA Board Members Only) Berea Room

10:00-11:00

BT- Break/Visit Trade Show

10:00-12:00

Kentucky Agriculture Development Board Meeting-Patterson Ballroom A

3:15

10:30-3:00

KY Livestock Marketing Association Meeting & Invitation Only Lunch Kentucky Room

KJCA- Annual Membership Meeting & KJCA Board of Director Elections - Berea Room

3:00-4:00

KCA- The Benefits of Being a KY EXCEL Farm - Elkhorn C

11:00 -12:00

BT- U.S. Tobacco GAP Training Continued - Elkhorn A&B

4:00

KJCA- Reception - Berea Room

11:00-12:30

Lunch on your own in food court

4:00-6:00

12:00 - 1:30

BT- Council for Burley Tobacco Annual Meeting/Luncheon (PreRegistration Required)-Bluegrass Prefunction

Blue Grass Marketing Group Internet Feeder Calf SaleHeritage Hall Stage

5:00-6:00

12:00-12:30

KCA- Young Producer’s Council Meeting - Elkhorn D

KCA- KCA Leadership Alumni & Past President’s Reception (Invitation Only)Thoroughbred Prefunction

6:00

Trade Show Closes

12:30-2:30

KCA Membership Awards & Closing Session Heritage Ballroom 2&3

6:00

KCA- Evening Banquet - Blue Grass Ballroom KCA & KBC Awards 2017 KCA Hall of Fame Inductions Foundation Auction

KCA Treasurer’s Report

AGENDA

Friday, January 20, 2017


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SPONSORS

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Hall of Fame

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KY EXCEL is a free, voluntary leadership program for Kentucky farms. Come learn about the benefits of becoming a member, including free marketing, networking and training opportunities. We will review project ideas that are good for the environment and your bottom line, including waste reduction, energy conservation, water conservation and transportation. A brief overview of the services that Kentucky Division of Compliance Assistance has to offer Kentucky beef producers will also be provided.

Insurance Benefits for Members

Kentucky Cattlemen’s Association is proud to announce their alliance with the Hinton Agency LLC to continue to provide an enhanced benefit portfolio to their members. This new partnership will allow members to enjoy the benefits of discounted rates on such things as group health insurance, dental, vision and group life insurance as well as supplemental offerings such as accident, cancer, and critical illness plans. Please stop by booth for additional details on how you can take advantage of these member benefits.

FFA Career Day

High School Junior and Senior FFA members will be in attendance on January 19, 2017 at Career Day at Convention. Career day was started in 2016 to connect youth interested in pursuing careers in agriculture with employers and company’s who are searching for the next generation of professionals. Allow students to network, ask questions, build relationships, and give out resumes. Students will gain actual interview experience through interaction with our Allied Industry associates.

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TRADE SHOW

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The red cowbell search is on!

Attendees will search Thursday and Friday for 25 red cowbells each day hidden throughout the trade show. Return them to the registration booth to receive a United Steaks of America t-shirt courtesy of the Kentucky Beef Council. •Only one per person

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Don’t miss breakfast in the trade show on Friday morning from 7-9 AM. Breakfast is sponsored by: KY Poultry Federation, Nicholas County FFA, KY Beef Council, The Chop Shop, KY Dairy Development Council, KY Pork Producers, Prairie Farms


FORAGES At the 2017 KCA Convention Friday, January 20•2:00 PM ET

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BEEF

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January 19 • 8:30-11:30 a.m. ET Lexington Convention Center • Heritage Ballroom 2&3

Held in conjunction with the 2017 KCA Convention Welcome

AGENDA & FEATURED SPEAKERS

- Dr. Gordon Jones, Western Kentucky University Emeritus Professor

Decision Making for Efficient Beef Production

- Dr. Tom Field, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Current Status of Genomic Testing

- Dr. Jon Beever, University of Illinois

Managing Pasture to Improve Soil Health

- Mr. Johnny Rogers, North Carolina State University

Question / Answer Session

– Dr. Jeff Lehmkuhler & Dr. Gordon Jones, Moderators

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Johnny Rogers and his wife Sharon own Rogers Cattle Company LLC (RCC) in Roxboro, NC. Currently, RCC raises Red Angus cattle, Katahdin Hair Sheep and forest finished pork. RCC markets cattle and hair sheep as well as pasture raised beef, pork and lamb from the farm and at farmer’s markets. In March 2015, Johnny accepted the opportunity to work with the NCSU Amazing Grazing Program. This has allowed Johnny to combine his passion for pasture based livestock systems and for education. Johnny holds a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Animal Science from the University of Tennessee and a Master’s Degree in Nutrition from North Carolina State University. He serves on the board of directors of the NC Forage and Grasslands Council, NC Cattleman’s Association and the Red Angus Association of America. He has been recognized as the 2010 North Carolina Environmental Stewardship Award recipient, 2009 Roxboro Jaycees Outstanding Young Farmer, 2011 Soil and Water Conservation Society Conversation Steward and the 2013 NC Choices Farmer of the Year Chris Teutsch grew up on a small crop and livestock farm in northeastern Ohio. After four years of military service, he was selected to represent the United States in the Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange Program in Germany. After returning, Chris completed a bachelor’s and master’s degree at Ohio State specializing in forage management. He then went on to complete his doctorate in forage management at the University of Kentucky. In 2000, Chris was hired as a Professor at Virginia Tech’s Southern Piedmont Agricultural Research and Extension Center located outside of Blackstone, VA. He is an active member of the Tri-societies where he has provided leadership as chairperson of the C-6 Forage and Grazinglands division. He was  a longtime member of the Virginia and American Forage and Grassland Council and served as an educational advisor to VFGC for more than 15 years. At the national level, he has served two terms on the board of directors of the American Forage and Grassland Council. Chris is the new UK Forage Extension Specialist located at the Research and Education Center in Princeton . He is the first faculty hired for the new Grain and Forage Center of Excellence located at the station.

Michael Flythe has a Bachelor of Science degree in biology from Bridgewater College in Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley, and a Ph.D. in microbiology from Cornell University. While in graduate school, Michael studied rumen microbiology and the microbiology of silage production. For the last 10 years, he has served as ruminant microbiologist in the USDA, ARS Forage-Animal Production Research Unit, and as an adjunct faculty member in the University of Kentucky, Department of Animal & Food Sciences. Michael and his family live in Jessamine County, Kentucky.

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Dr. Ray Smith is a native of Georgia and received his undergraduate degree from Asbury College (now Asbury University) in Kentucky in 1983. After teaching high school biology for two years he entered a graduate degree program in Agronomy and Plant Breeding at the University of Georgia. From 1991-2001, Ray held a research, teaching and extension position at the University of Manitoba, Canada with a focus on alfalfa and perennial grass breeding, seed production and forage management. He was the Forage Extension Specialist at Virginia Tech from 2001-2004 and is now Professor and Extension Specialist at the University of Kentucky and serves as an adjunct professor at Asbury University. Ray is the current chair of the Continuing Committee for the International Grassland Congress and past President of the American Forage and Grassland Council. He has published 38 articles in refereed journals, presented 150 papers at professional conferences, written over 100 extension publications, and given over 600 extension presentations. Ray has been the advisor for 13 master’s students, 4 PhD’s, 5 Post-docs, and 19 senior research students. His current extension activities include working closely with county agents and producers; conducting applied forage research for Kentucky and the transition zone; helping organize state, regional, national, and international forage conferences; and writing forage extension publications. Colin Woodall is the Vice President of Government Affairs for NCBA in Washington, D.C. He serves as NCBA’s chief lobbyist on Capitol Hill and leads the Washington office in developing strategies to ensure that the cattle industry’s voice is being heard by policy makers. Colin is originally from Big Spring, Texas, and holds a degree in Agricultural Systems Management from Texas A&M.  At A&M, Colin was involved in the Corps of Cadets and active in the student chapter of the American Association of Agricultural Engineers.  After college he worked as a grain elevator manager and grain merchandiser for Cargill in WaKeeney and Hugoton, Kansas.  After venturing to Washington, Colin took a job with U.S. Senator John Cornyn where he worked on agriculture, interior, energy and water projects and appropriations.  Colin has been with NCBA since June of 2004.

Dr. Jon Beever received his BS (’86), MS (’89), and PhD (’96) in Animal Sciences from the University of Illinois. He joined the faculty of the Department of Animal Sciences in 1999. Dr. Beever’s teaching and research interests are in the area of molecular genetics. His research program is focused on understanding gene function and how variation in specific genes influences changes in important traits. A significant portion of the research program has been aimed at the identification of genetic variation causing congenital abnormalities in several species. Over the past ten years, his laboratory has identified more than a dozen deleterious mutations in cattle and sheep. Almost all of the DNA-based diagnostic tests for monitoring these genetic abnormalities are currently used within the industry. Current research interests include several genetic variants in cattle leading to increased growth rate and meat quality. Additionally, gene-editing methods are being used in cattle and pigs to introduce alleles that might contribute to enhanced production efficiencies.

Tom Field serves the people of Nebraska as the Director of the Engler Agribusiness Entrepreneurship Program and holder of the Engler Chair in Entrepreneurship at the University of Nebraska – Lincoln. An enthusiastic advocate for free enterprise, the potential of young people and opportunities in both agriculture and rural communities, Tom is an internationally recognized educator and innovator who has the ability to connect the dots between people, industries, and ideas. A fifth generation cattleman who is partnership in a family cow-calf business in western Colorado, he also authors the column “Out of the Box’, is a featured commentator on business and entrepreneurship for Angus TV on RFD, and is a sought after speaker who challenges and inspires audiences to lead their organizations to excellence by asking the right questions, seeking solutions beyond conventional wisdom, and unleashing the power of focused creativity. A frequent speaker at agricultural events in the U.S. and abroad, he has consulted with a number of agricultural enterprises and organizations, and has served on numerous boards related to education, agriculture, and athletics. He and his wife Laura and their family live near Raymond, NE. Warren Beeler is the Executive Director of the Governor’s Office of Agriculture Policy. Prior to his appointment to GOAP in 2016, Beeler was a 16-year employee of the Kentucky Department of Agriculture (KDA) where he held various role – most recently Deputy Executive Director of the Office of Agricultural Marketing & Product Promotion. Beeler has also served as the state director of Livestock Marketing, director of the Shows and Fairs Division and Livestock Marketing Specialist. Before joining KDA, Beeler served as an Agriculture Extension Specialist for the University of Kentucky. Beeler is a graduate of Western Kentucky University and lives on a 220-acre livestock farm in Caneyville with his wife Dee Dee. Sandbox, formerly known as the McCormick Company, is one of the oldest independent marketing agencies in the US. Sandbox is a full service agency operating from seven locations across the U.S. and Canada with main centers of excellence in agriculture, consumer brands, animal health, human health and life sciences.  The Sandbox roster of clients includes some of the most respected names in agriculture and consumer products including: Cattlemen’s Beef Board, NCBA - Beef Quality Assurance, National Pork Producers Council, World Pork Expo, United Sorghum Checkoff Program, John Deere Ag and Elanco Animal Health.  

Thank you so much for attending the 2017 KCA Convention! If you have any questions or need anything please see a staff member at the Registration Desk. Feel free to give us a call anytime at 859-278-0899 or visit us online at www.kycattle.org

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Three young Kentucky Auctioneers will get a little exposure during the Kentucky Cattlemen’s Association Convention on Friday night. The three include Stephen Carney, Washington County; Tyler Howell, Larue County; and Alex Popplewell, Russell County. Their experience will begin at the Banquet on Friday night. Each will randomly draw the items available for Auction and sell it to the crowd. The items include the following: 1. Cattle Trails of America Framed Print 2. Apple Blossom Time Angus Foundation Framed Print 3. Stetson Hat The auctioneer who sells their item for the highest price will then win a package that includes a trip to Billings, MT for the 2017 World Livestock Auctioneers Contest sponsored by Kentucky Cattlemen’s Foundation, Livestock Marketing Association, and Kentucky Livestock Marketing Association. In addition to that they will then get the chance to auction a once

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