NCBA Webinars Help Farmers and Ranchers Part 2
Yesterday we told you the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association was offering webinars that could help farmers and ranchers out there who are experiencing stress in these uncertain times.
The NCBA's Josh White discussed his teams effort to make sure you have access to information that could help your mental and emotional health...
“In response to this crisis we’ve also made the decision that our Cattlemen’s College online campus is going to be made free to anyone to log into. It’s typically a $50 cost, but we’ve worked with our sponsor Zoetis that helps with that, and they agreed that we should try to make this free right now, in a time when people can’t get out to in-person events and training, so again go to that producer tab at ncba.org and just click on the Cattlemen’s College subtab there and it will take you to the online campus. There’s a tab once you get in there that says special offers; you’ll have to set up an account, but there will be a code that you can enter to have free access to all of those online recordings.”
He says this is also a good time to update your BQA certification status by going online to bqa.org.
For more information on the many educational opportunities available to cattle producers through the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association, go to ncba.org.