2013 New England Meat Conference, March 22 – 23

Registration is now open for the Inaugural New England Meat Conference, taking place at the Grappone Conference Center in Concord, NH, from Friday, March 22ndd to Saturday, March 23rd. This 2-day event features a wide range of educational sessions, from production and processing, to butchering and curing.

2013 New England Meat Conference
Grappone Conference Center, Concord, NH
Friday – Saturday, March 22 – 23, 2013

The goal of the New England Meat Conference is to enhance the production, processing, and marketing of sustainable, nutritious, humanely-raised, and delicious meat from New England farms by providing educational and networking opportunities for meat producers, processors and consumers.

As the first and only conference to focus specifically on meat production in New England, it will bring together those involved in meat production from field to table, including farmers, processors, distributors, chefs, technical assistance providers, members of our state and federal governments, and many others. With an anticipated attendance of over 200, the conference will be an opportunity to meet and learn from our counterparts in other states, and to hear from experts from across the country.

A Meat Industry Tradeshow will feature innovative products and services to improve attendee’s manufacturing processes from ingredients to packaging, scales to labeling equipment. The tradeshow will attract national suppliers of new products and technologies that may be adopted by local farmers and processors, as well as service providers who can provide support for these growing businesses.

The Meat Ball, to be held on the evening of Friday, March 22, 2013, will bring together producers and consumers, suppliers and buyers, butchers and chefs, for a not-to-be-missed celebration of New England’s vibrant and growing meat industry.

For more information: www.newenglandmeatconferenc.org

http://www.newenglandmeatconference.org/

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