South Dakota Stockgrowers Association
The South Dakota Stockgrowers Association (SDSGA) encourages everyone involved in the livestock industry to make plans to attend an area meeting in Reva, S.D., on March 28 at 6 p.m. for a free supper and discussion about current livestock industry issues. The meeting and meal are free and open to the public.
“We’re looking forward to having everyone join us for dinner and a chance to talk about some of the issues that Stockgrowers are working on,” said Bill Kluck, president of the South Dakota Stockgrowers Association. “Whether you’re a member or not, we really want everyone that’s interested in these issues to join us for dinner.”
Stockgrowers Board members and staff will share information about current issues affecting the livestock industry including an overview of issues addressed during the recent legislative session, and updates on members’ work with the South Dakota GFP Deer Management Plan. Stockgrowers will also provide an update on efforts to re-instate Country of Origin Labeling, reform of current trade agreements, and the proposed GIPSA rules under the new administration in Washington, D.C. Available updates and news regarding the tuberculosis cases in Harding County will also be available.
• Stockgrowers Area Meeting
• Tuesday, March 28 at 6pm
• Reva Hall, Reva, SD
• Dinner and meeting to follow
• Open to the public
• Contact: Silvia Christen, 605-342-0429 or Vaughn Meyer, 605-866-4426
• Agenda: Legislative review, deer management plans, animal health updates, and update on GIPSA, COOL, and trade in the new Trump administration