The Colorado Pork Producers Association announce their annual meeting and invite anyone who raises hogs in Colorado and their guests, to attend. The event will be held August 25, at the Colorado State Fairgrounds in the Colorado Building, Pueblo, Colorado, and will kick off the State Fair hog shows beginning August 26.
The evening will feature a whole hog BBQ prepared by CSU’s own Dale Woerner of the Meat Sciences Department. There will be speakers, election of board members, prize give a ways including Bronco tickets, and an enjoyable evening.
There are four board positions up for election and interested parties are encouraged to turn in their intent to run as well as a short bio, to be considered. Any member of the Colorado Pork Producers Council is eligible to serve on the board. For complete eligibility requirements, candidates are encouraged to contact the CPPC office for more information.
The evenings events will begin at 5:30 pm on the Colorado State Fairgrounds. To RSVP please visit www.copork.org, or call (970) 356-4964 for more information. The deadline for RSVP’s is August 10 at 5:00 pm. This event is sponsored in part by your check off dollars and the National Pork Board.
Colorado Pork Producers Council is based in Lucerne, Co. The CPPC is comprised of dues-paying members who are politically active, focusing on policy that impacts pork producers; and of members who contribute to the Pork Checkoff whose efforts are spent on research, market development, outreach, education and other various endeavors. See more about the work of this organization at http://www.copork.org
Submitted to BARN Media by:
Joyce R. Kelly, Executive Director, Colorado Pork Producers Council