The Saskatchewan Beef Industry Conference is going virtual, the two-day event begins today at 12:45 pm.

Today's presentations begin with Agriculture Minister David Marit announcing funding for this year's livestock related research projects.

Ryder Lee, CEO of the Saskatchewan Cattlemen's Association, says that's followed by a presentation on AgTec Investment in Agriculture, a Mental Health discussion and then some research updates.

Day two features keynote speaker Diana Rodgers will talk about "Ending the Anti Meat Narrative.".

Rodgers is a "real food" nutritionist, sustainability advocate, and co-author of the book the "Sacred Cow".

Thursday's event wraps up with a market update and an industry panel talking about "Looking into the Future - Generation Outlook".

This year's panel will feature producers Ryan Brierbach of High Plains Ranch, Chad Ross of L7 Ranch and Chief Cadmus Delorme of Cowessess First Nation.

You can still register for the event here.

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