The Beef Safety Research program includes the study of cattle-borne pathogens and/or their resistance, with the potential for causing human illness and beef production practices that may impact either. Historically, this Beef Checkoff-funded Program has focused research on every step in the production chain, evaluating potential safety-enhancing interventions. In recent years, this program has concentrated on discovering opportunities for reducing safety threats at pre-harvest.
National Cattlemen's Beef Association, a contractor to the Beef Checkoff, in collaboration with the Beef Industry Food Safety Council, is excited to bring you a virtual Beef Industry Safety Summit March 1st – 3rd, 2021.
While the meeting is moving to a virtual format this year, the planning committee is providing 3 days of content that will once again provide critical updates, thoughtful discussions, and insights for the continued commitment to improving beef safety. Click here for the first look at this year's abbreviated agenda.
$150 – Professional (Industry Representative, Academic/Faculty Researchers)
$75 – Student
Meeting registration will include access to the virtual meeting platform and all sessions presented in the 3 days. Within the platform, you will have access to speaker bios and information, presentation slides (as applicable), and on-demand presentations of research abstracts. Access to this information plus recordings of sessions will be accessible for an entire year following the closing of the meeting.