Tuesday, November 27, 2012
Hundreds of Kansas cattle producers will converge in Wichita this week to hear Republican political strategist Karl Rove discuss what he believes the recent election means for the nation and its agricultural sector.
Rove was senior adviser and deputy chief of staff for former President George W. Bush. He is the featured speaker Wednesday to a sold-out crowd kicking off the Kansas Livestock Association's 100th convention in Wichita.
KLA says 600 people are expected to come to hear Rove speak. About 800 cattlemen are expected to attend the three-day KLA event.
CattleFax Executive Vice President Randy Blach is scheduled on Friday to address the market outlook for ranchers, feeders and dairymen.