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U.S. TRENDS IN CATTLE MARKETING WEBINAR 

featuring Kee Jim

Doctor of Veterinary Medicine and founder of

Feedlot Health Management Services and G. K. Jim Farms

Wednesday, February 21st, 2024
10:30 am SK time

The Livestock Marketers of Saskatchewan is pleased to invite you to a special presentation by Kee Jim, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine and founder of Feedlot Health Management Services and G. K. Jim Farms.

Thank you to all who have registered for this webinar. All spaces are now filled.

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Kee Jim was born and raised on a small seedstock/commercial cow-calf operation located in the Interior of British Columbia. He received his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (D.V.M.) in 1983 from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Following graduation, he moved to Okotoks, Alberta and established G.K. Jim Farms and the consulting company Feedlot Health Management Services Ltd.

Kee’s cattle feeding began with the purchase of six percent of a share pen of 300 head which was financed at 90 percent representing a net equity of two head. Over the next four decades, G.K. Farms has become a major player in the Canadian and United States cattle industries through ownership of backgrounding cattle, grass cattle, feedlot cattle and feedlots.

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Safe Handling Practices for Market Centre Staff  is a one-of-a-kind training manual and accompanying DVD geared towards employees who handle livestock in a market setting. Whether as an educational tool for new staff or a refresher for seasoned professionals, this training manual is a valuable asset for owners and operators alike. Learn more.

Building Strength Through Collaboration

LMS strives to increase value to the beef industry through board representation and/or collaboration with other industry stakeholders such as the Saskatchewan Cattlemen's Association, Livestock Services of Saskatchewan, Verified Beef Production Plus, the Saskatchewan Cattle Feeders Association, the Saskatchewan Stock Growers Association and others.  

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