2022 Tennessee Cattlemen's Association's Convention & Trade Show
When? Jan. 28-29, 2022
Where? Embassy Suites Hotel in Murfreesboro, TN
Who? Open to everyone - something for all ages and those who are interested in raising beef cattle and livestock in Tennessee.
Why? Our convention provides a great opportunity to learn new ideas for your farm, check out innovative products, and network with your fellow cattle producers from across the state and country.
Laura Vaught, Attorney
Dr. Justin Rhinehart
Come learn from beef cattle industry experts and see what's new in products to help you succeed on the farm in our 100+ vendor trade show. Click below to see the full convention agenda.
TCA has a block rate of $139 per night at the Embassy Suites Hotel.
Book now as rooms are limited:
Address: 1200 Conference Center Blvd, Murfreesboro
Other housing is available nearby but there is no block rate.
Be a part of one of the largest livestock trade shows in the southeast! Advertising packages are available by clicking here. Register today to reserve your spot. Click the button below.
For more information, see the vendor letter by clicking here. The contract can be found by clicking the sign-up button below.
TCA Board of Directors
The Tennessee Cattlemen’s Association is accepting applications for an open position on the TCA Board. Interested parties are invited to fill out the application form on our website. The TCA Board of Directors has one open Board seat this year representing the middle Tennessee area. Questions about the process of filling this seat can be sent firstname.lastname@example.org or call 615-896-2333.
VETERINARY NUTRITION AND HEALTH CONTINUING EDUCATION CONFERENCE FOR LIVESTOCK AND EQUIDS
The Veterinary Nutrition and Health Continuing Education Conference for Livestock and Equids is designed to provide open exchange between presenters, equine veterinarians, veterinary students, Extension, and the Department of Agriculture. Topics will include relevant nutrition and health information for managing common conditions, diseases, and classifications of livestock and equids.
Conference attendance is open to veterinarians, veterinary technicians, veterinary and graduate students, ARPAS members, Extension agents/specialists, and Department of Agriculture personnel.
Attendees will receive 20 hours of veterinary CE credits, including 2 hours of USDA regulatory modules. The conference will also be submitted for ARPAS CE credit (number of hours assigned is dependent on final topic and modules to be presented). Speakers include faculty and clinicians from UT College of Veterinary Medicine and UT Department of Animal Science.