Town Creek Farm (TCF) and owner, Milton Sundbeck, West Point, Miss., will host cattlemen from across the region during the 2015 Fall Brangus Conference and Southeast Brangus Breeders Association Field Day, August 20-22. The Southeast Brangus Breeders Association (SBBA) and the International Brangus Breeders Association (IBBA) will co-sponsor the events.

August 20 and 21 offers International Brangus Breeders Association (IBBA) members an opportunity to attend breed committee meetings as well as an open IBBA Board of Directors' meeting. Members can participate in kick-off events of a Three-Man Golf Scramble at the Old Waverly Championship Golf Club or a Skeet Shoot at Prairie Wildlife which offers some of the finest sporting experiences anywhere. Both venues are located in West Point, Miss. Reservations required.

An industry trade show will be open on Friday and Saturday, August 21 and 22 at the TCF Pavilion. Take home innovations from trade show exhibitors ranging from animal health providers to Mossy Oak Properties whose headquarters are in West Point, Miss.

A noon luncheon on August 21 will be highlighted by feature speaker Chandler Keys. Keys is principal at Keys Group, based in Washington, D.C. He previously served as vice president for government and industry relations for JBS USA, and before that was head of the National Cattlemen's Beef Association's Washington, D.C., office as vice president of government affairs. Town Creek Farm encourages cattlemen and Brangus breeders to make the trip West Point and celebrate the breed with us.

A Hoedown party is planned for Friday evening, August 21. The public is invited to the Town Creek Farm Pavilion for a good ole-fashion Country Hoedown. Enjoy Southern comfort food and live bluegrass music from the Cedar Creek Gamblers. No cost to attendees, but reservations requested.

On Saturday, August 22, the public can hear widely recognized cattlemen and industry experts discuss topics such as “Assessing the Future of the Beef Cattle Industry,” “Top Five Management Strategies for Herd Biosecurity,” “Weed Management Tactics in Grazing Pastures,” and “Whata You Wanna Give – From Steaks to Bulls.”

Cattlemen are encourage to bring their spouses on Saturday, August 22, and join hostess Chrissy Heard for lunch at her famed Byrn Bella Antebellum home, circa 1849. Transportation provided to and from Town Creek Pavilion. No cost, but pre-registration is required. Go to to register.

Join like-minded cattlemen for a day of education and networking. For a complete schedule of events, pre-registration information, hotels, etc., go to www.TownCreekFarm .com or contract Joy Reznicek at 205/399-0221 or Roxanne Spurgin at 205/799-6121.

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