Beef consumers are more aware than ever before about the quality and safety of the food products they purchase. The Beef Quality Assurance (BQA) program is the cornerstone of the industry’s quality and safety efforts. The overarching goal of BQA is to deliver a healthy, safe and wholesome beef product to consumers. BQA is a principled way of doing business that includes hazard analysis and planning; proper vaccine handling; administration of vaccines at the proper injection site; management documentation and recording keeping; proper cattle handling; and proper cattle care.
Learn more about the Kansas BQA program . Please also visit www.BQA.org for more information.
Online BQA training and certification is available from the Beef Cattle Institute at Kansas State University.
Register for upcoming BQA workshops
October 1 - Tonganoxie
October 2 - Junction City
October 7 - Fort Scott
October 9 - Overbrook
E-mail - Kelly Oliver at email@example.com
Fax - fax completed form to (785) 532-4021
Phone - call the Beef Cattle Institute at (785) 532-4844
Mail - mail the completed registration form to: KSU College of Veterinary Medicine, Beef Cattle Institute Trotter Hall 1-A, Manhattan, KS 66506