Registration is now open for the 2021 USMEF Spring Conference, which will be held virtually Wednesday, May 26 and Thursday, May 27.
The opening general session will feature longtime Washington policy analyst Jim Wiesemeyer, who will provide an update on the Biden administration’s agricultural policies and priorities and the implications for trade. In Thursday’s closing general session, a panel of USMEF’s international directors and staff will offer their outlook on U.S. red meat exports in the post-pandemic era and how global marketing programs have adapted to changing consumer preferences and buying trends.
The schedule also allows USMEF members to attend all four sector meetings – Exporter Committee, Beef Committee, Pork Committee and the Feedgrain and Oilseed Caucus – as these will not take place concurrently.
While registration is required to participate, there is no registration fee for USMEF members, U.S. Government employees or past USMEF chairs.
The registration fee for non-members is $295. Non-members should contact Jackie Boubin, USMEF assistant vice president, meetings and project management, to register.
For questions, please contact Jackie Boubin or call 303-623-6328.