2024 Cattle Raisers Convention & Expo registration now open


January 8, 2024

Fort Worth, Texas (Dec. 29, 2023) – Texas & Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association announced registration for the 2024 Cattle Raisers Convention & Expo taking place March 22-24, 2024 in downtown Fort Worth opened Jan. 1.

The three-day event is expected to draw more than 4,000 cattle raisers from around the Southwest and features educational sessions, keynote addresses, live cattle demonstrations, student opportunities, entertainment and an expo with over 250 exhibitor booths.

Registration packages can be customized including full registration packages, single-day passes, individual add-ons and even expo-only access. Attendees can also book hotels with exclusive rates through the registration site. Attendees can save up to $65 per registration when purchased prior to Feb. 15. 

Learn more and register at cattleraisersconvention.com

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