Set your sights on Salt Lake City and explore your herd’s potential. — Written by Jera Pipkin, Angus Communications

It’s time to head west of conventional, where elevation meets aspiration. Set your sights on Salt Lake City. Based at the foothills of the Wasatch Mountains and near the heart of the Great Salt Lake, it’s the perfect place for adventure. Come explore new avenues, more opportunities and your potential at the 2022 Angus Convention, Nov. 4-7 at the Salt Palace Convention Center.

This forward-thinking filled weekend will inspire cattlemen to take their operations to new heights. Angus Convention is the one-stop shop for all things innovation and instruction. From tours to education, networking and an expansive trade show, there’s solutions around every corner for all producers.

“We’re excited about the opportunities available by hosting the Angus Convention in Salt Lake City,” said Mark McCully, American Angus Association CEO. “It’s a unique location that ties into the progressive mindset of our producers.”

Explore New Avenues

With more than 60,000 square feet of trade show floor, new products and services will fill every aisle. Cattlemen can discuss the latest technologies and explore new efficiencies to keep their herd at the forefront of the business.

More than 100 exhibitors annually participate in Angus Convention. Their products span the entire agriculture sector and provide producers a first-hand look at products and services to use in their operations.

“Our industry partners are a huge asset to Angus Convention,” McCully said. “We’re thankful for their partnership and what they provide to our members and attendees.”

Explore New Opportunities

If new tools aren’t your thing, there’s education for everyone at Angus Convention. During Angus University workshops, cattlemen learn new ideas to take home to their operations. Education is the compass of Angus Convention, guided by industry trends and the latest information to point producers down the right path.

“We take pride in education,” McCully said. “We want to provide our participants with information that helps them achieve success.”

Placing an emphasis on real-world, hands-on education, participants can experience live demonstrations and informational workshops in the demonstration area. With topics ranging from genetic advancement, animal health and husbandry, to marketing and risk management, there is something for seedstock and commercial producers alike.

Explore Your Potential
Angus Convention is sure to expand horizons with networking opportunities, tour destinations and more.

With social events throughout the weekend, the convention offers attendees the chance to chat with cattlemen across the country and get a fresh perspective.

Attendees can make their trip more than just business by exploring nearby Park City, home to the 2002 Winter Olympics, or take a day trip to the LDS Temple Square.

“We invite everyone to mark their calendars to come and explore the Angus Convention,” McCully said. “It’s a don’t-miss event for cattlemen of all kinds.”

Registration and hotel reservations for the 2022 Angus Convention and Trade Show open on July 1. For more information, visit

— Written by Jera Pipkin, Angus Communications

By Tucker Allmer - The BARN

Tucker Allmer & the BARN are members of the National Association of Farm Broadcasting (NAFB), the Colorado FFA Foundation, the Colorado 4H Foundation, the Colorado Farm Show Marketing Committee, 1867 Club Board Member, Denver Ag & Livestock Club Member, the Weld County Fair Board, the Briggsdale FFA Advisory Council, Briggsdale 4H Club Beef Leader & Founder / Coordinator of the Briggsdale Classic Open Jackpot Show.

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