BeefCast update for March 19, 2009, Top Ten Stupid Things Families Do to Break Up Their Business

Tag terms:
Update for March 19th, 2009

Today, I am traveling to Fort Worth for the annual Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association annual meeting and the School for Successful Ranching. It looks like a great program for the weekend. As always I will be bringing back educational conversations to share with you.

But this trip thanks to the goodwill and hospitality of the individuals responsible for the event, I will also be bringing you several of sessions and keynote presentations. You will be able to find them beginning next week in our Conference Connection. And if you are going to be in Fort Worth this weekend, let’s take a moment and catch up.

You have probably also noticed that March Madness is in the air. Just curious who you have winning it all, let me know at

BeefCast® Podcasts

Learn more from BeefCast® conversations.
  • MP3 fileAudio: BeefCast 0347, Opportunities to use technology to make education more effective and efficient.
  • MP3 fileAudio: BeefCast 0346, Part 2 of the Top Ten Stupid Things Families Do to Break Up Their Business.
  • MP3 fileAudio: BeefCast 0345, Part 1 of the Top Ten Stupid Things Families Do to Break Up Their Business.

BeefCast® Headliners

Get the latest thoughts and commentary on the industry.
  • Link to blogBlog: Dr. Ronald Lemenager, From the Beef Blog: Retail perspective: Associated Food Stores on Vimeo. See more.
  • Link to blogBlog: Dennis DiPietre, The End of Obesity is Just Around the Corner. See more.
Conference Connection
BeefCast® Conference Connection

Stay connected to industry conferences.

Was this email forwarded to you? Signup to the BeefCast® email.
Changed your name? Work at a new company?
Update your BeefCast® email profile.

Don't forget to add BeefCast® to your playlist!
Add to iTunes iGoogle/Google Reader RSS and XML Feed

Thanks, again, for listening.

Trent Fredenburg
Your BeefCast Host

Trent Fredenburg's picture

1.877.63Beefcast (1.877.632.3332)