AQHA at the National Cattlemen's Beef Association Convention
AQHA will offer educational seminars and member services at the 2016 NCBA Convention January 27-29 in San Diego.
January 6, 2016
The American Quarter Horse Association
The American Quarter Horse Association is teaming up with the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association to offer a variety of educational seminars during the 2016 National Cattlemen’s Beef Association Convention January 27-29 in San Diego. Seminars will be offered in two different learning environments: the Learning Lounge and Demo Ring with live horses and cattle.
The Learning Lounge, located at Trade Show Booth 5439, will host sessions throughout each day including “Equine Vaccinations: How to Protect Your Investment”seminar at 2:30 p.m. on January 29 by Dr. Tom Lenz, senior director of equine technical services for Zoetis. Dr. Lenz, a longtime columnist for The American Quarter Horse Journal, will use a research-based approach to help producers and horse owners gain a stronger understanding of equine vaccination recommendations.
The Demo Ring, located at Trade Show Booth 5938, will offer multiple sessions daily on topics ranging from “Understanding How Cattle Think” to “Effective Ranch Roping” and everything in between. View the full tentative Demo Ring schedule.
AQHA staff will be on location to help with all of your AQHA business. Services available will include:
- Purchase or renew an AQHA membership
- Get Two Years of the American Quarter Horse Journal for the price of One
- Transfer a horse for only $20 per horse, AQHA member pricing only
- Learn more about becoming an AQHA Ranching Heritage Breeder
Register today for the NCBA Convention and Trade Show. You don’t have to be an NCBA member to attend. NCBA also offers day passes if you cannot attend the whole convention, but want to come to a day of educational sessions.
About the NCBA Convention
The cattle industry convention is the oldest and largest convention for the cattle business. The 2016 convention will be the 118th annual convention. The convention and trade show create a unique, fun environment for cattle industry members to come together to network, create policy for the industry and to have some fun. If you’re in the cattle business, then you need to be in San Diego. We hope to see you at the NCBA convention.