American National Cattlewomen
American National CattleWoman consists of strong, enthusiastic women, willing to stand up for what they believe. Equally at home on a ranch, in a meeting, at a social function or a legislative venue. She is not necessarily a farm or ranch woman but she is someone who strongly supports the cattle industry and American's agricultural heritage through education and promotion.
ALl meetings to be held at the hilton riverside will be in the jefferson ballroom
MONDAY, JANUARY 28
|ANCW Officers Welcome and Introduction|
|8:30 – 9:30 am||Presidents’ Council|
|9:30 –10:00 am||Executive Board Meeting|
|10:15 – 11:15 am||How to Track your Cattle
Rachanne Lomkin: DVM, APHIS
1:00 – 9:30 pm
|ANCW Ag Tour|
TUESDAY, JANUARY 29
Colin Woodall, Senior Vice President, Government Affairs, National Cattlemen’s Beef Association
|9:15 am||Public Lands Council Report
Tanner Beymer, Manager, Government Affairs, ESA & NEPA Policy, National Cattlemen’s Beef Association
|11:00am||General Membership Meeting|
|12:00pm||Installation of New Officers|
|1:00pm||Past Presidents Luncheon|
|3:00pm||2019 Foundation Meeting, President’s Suite|
|4:30pm||2019 Executive Board Meeting, President’s Suite|
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 30
Narciso Perez, Cheif Cattle Feeding Operations, General Consultant Zia Agricultural Consulting and Ken Ashley, Vice President, Marketing, Zia Agricultural Consulting
Friday, February 1
|7:30am - 9:00am||Best of Beef Breakfast|
|11:15am - 1:15pm||Emerging Leaders Luncheon- click here to learn more!
Presented by ANCW & NCBA Young Beef Leaders
Growing Your Own Venture in the Beef Business with Tim
Hammerich, Craig Uden and Randall and Erin Debler
American national cattlewomen collegiate beef advocacy program
Recognized at the Best of Beef Awards Program, Friday, February 1, 2019
7:30am - 9:00am
Developing Collegiates of Character into Tomorrow’s Champion Advocates for the Beef industry. This program connects the Collegiate advocates to the beef industry where they can have unlimited access to leadership, their peers, cattlemen, cattlewomen and beef industry professionals. Advocates will grow as individuals, strengthen leadership skills, and become the champion advocates for the beef industry of tomorrow. Career networks will be established to build a lifetime of success with the goal of “We are the future of the Beef industry”. Three scholarships of $2,000 are being awarded to outstanding Collegiate Beef Advocates. This superior achievement in academics and leadership allows the collegiates to further their study in fields that benefit the cattle and beef industry.
Monday, January 28 at 10:15am
Dr. Richanne Lomkin grew up on a small farm in rural Colorado that was just big enough to keep everyone busy. She graduated from the CSU Professional Veterinary Medicine program and then went to Albuquerque, NM for an internship with USDA, Animal Plant Health Inspection Service, Veterinary Services. After spending a year basking in the wonderful weather of New Mexico and 6 years slowly freezing to death in Eastern Idaho, she returned to Colorado as the field Veterinary Medical Officer for Northeastern Colorado. Dr. Lomkin thoroughly enjoys the opportunity to work with the local veterinarians, ranchers and farmers.
CHIEF CATTLE FEEDING OPERATIONS, GENERAL CONSULTANT ZIA AGRICULTURAL CONSULTING
Wednesday, January 30 at 9:15 am
The youngest child of a shepherd’s family, Narciso (AKA “Narci”) has always felt obligated to run faster and work harder than anyone he knows to make a splash. As soon as he could walk, Narciso was nominated to start opening gates on the ranch, and the ranch is where is heart has always been. That wasn’t where his mind stayed, however. After attending New Mexico Military Institute, Narciso attended New Mexico State University where in-between working long hours and trying to squeeze blood from a stone (also known as “feeding cattle”) he earned a Bachelors degree in Animal Science. Since then, he’s fed cattle all over the state, country, and world. His experiences have taught him things about markets that classrooms could never even hope to. Narciso’s goal now is to ensure other people can learn from the mistakes he has made along the way.
VP - Marketing