Sharing common ground: Canadian Beef Industry Conference wrap-up with Virgil Lowe

People from all corners of the cattle business in Canada were at Stampede Park in Calgary this week for the second annual Canadian Beef Industry Conference.

Attendance was up over last year, with over 700 registered attendees and banquet attendance on Wednesday night topping 820.

“We were hoping to build on the success of last year and really continue to be that meeting place for the Canadian beef industry, with a focus on connectivity this year…and I think we’ve done that,” says conference chair Virgil Lowe.

Find more CBIC 2017 coverage here (with much more to come!)

As the conference wrapped up on Thursday, Lowe joined Kelvin to recap CBIC 2017 and discuss the momentum for the conference and the effort to improve connectivity in the beef sector, as well as plans for CBIC 2018, to be held in London, Ontario:


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