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2024 NDSA spring roundup - connect and collaborate

2024 NDSA spring roundup - connect and collaborate

By Scout Nelson

The North Dakota Stockmen’s Association (NDSA) is excited to announce its 2024 Spring Roundup series, with events themed “Swing for the Fences”. These gatherings, which function as district meetings, will occur on June 3, 5, 6, 10, 11, and 12 at various locations throughout North Dakota, including Golden Valley, Watford City, Crosby, Strasburg, Cooperstown, and Havana.

Each event begins with a brand inspectors’ meeting at 5 p.m., followed by a social hour at 5:30 p.m., and supper at 6:30 p.m. The program and NDSA Nominating Committee meeting will follow these activities.

NDSA President Jason Leiseth emphasized the importance of these roundups: “They are a chance for our association to reach out to members, provide valuable information to cattle producers, and gather input to propel the industry forward. It’s an opportunity for members to contribute ideas, discuss industry improvements, and enjoy a convivial evening that includes a delicious beef meal.”

Event Highlights:

  • District 1: Cooperstown Country Club, Cooperstown, on June 11, features golf at 1 p.m.
  • District 2: Coteau des Prairies Lodge, Havana, on June 12.
  • District 3: Blue Room, Strasburg, on June 10.
  • District 4: Golden Valley Community Center, Golden Valley, on June 3, with shooting activities and a wine auction.
  • District 5: Rough Rider Center, Watford City, on June 5.
  • District 6: Crosby Community Center/Andrist Arena, Crosby, on June 6, includes a golf scramble at 2 p.m.

Leaders including NDSA President Jason Leiseth and Executive Vice President Julie Ellingson, among other notable guests, will be present across the series of events. These roundups are free and open to all interested parties. For more details, participants are encouraged visit the NDSA site.

This series not only offers a chance to meet key figures in the cattle industry but also serves as a crucial platform for communication and collaboration among North Dakota’s cattle producers.

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