The Indiana Master Cattleman Program

The Indiana Master Cattleman Program was introduced in 2014. The object of the program is to provide Indiana’s cattle producers with in-depth educational programming that increases productivity, efficiency, and profitability of their operations. It covers business planning, marketing, forage, nutrition, reproduction, genetics, herd health, animal well-being, and environmental stewardship. Participants will create a unique business plan that will help them evaluate their production systems and strengthen their business management skills. This program is not an introductory program to the beef industry; instead, the goal is that the program takes producers to the next level.

The Master Cattleman Program consists of 11 weeks of classroom instruction that utilizes industry experts to teach material. Classes are designed to be interactive, discussion-based, and tailored to fit the needs of the participants. Master Cattleman certified producers will have the opportunity to develop an enhanced network with other Indiana beef producers, industry professionals, and Purdue Extension. Additioanlly, exclusive field days and continuing education opportunities will be available for Master Cattleman certified producers. Contact your local extension educator for more information.

Department of Animal Sciences, 270 S Russell Street, West Lafayette, IN 47907 USA, (765) 494-4808

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