Wisconsin Beef Council Launches Inaugural Competition

The Wisconsin Beef Council is excited to introduce its inaugural Masters of Beef
Advocacy (MBA) competition, inviting Wisconsin high schools and collegiate organizations to
participate.

MBA is a go-to program for training and resources to be a strong advocate for the beef community.
This free, virtual, self-guided course provides the tools and resources to answer tough questions
about beef and raising cattle. The full program takes approximately 3.5 hours to complete and
includes five sessions that address environmental sustainability, beef nutrition, animal welfare, and
beef safety while taking participants through the beef lifecycle.

High school classrooms and collegiate organizations can win a beef certificate for an end-of-the-
year cookout with their students and members for completing MBA in the 2023-2024 academic
year.

How to Enter:
High School: Every Wisconsin high school instructor who has at least five students complete the
MBA by May 1 will be entered into a drawing to earn the beef gift certificate for a classroom
cookout. Email the list of at least five students who completed the program to kriley@beeftips.com
by May 1, 2024.

College Organizations: The state’s collegiate organizations will battle head-to-head to have the most
MBA completions. Email the organization’s name and member names who finished the MBA to
kriley@beeftips.com to get on the scoreboard. The organization with the most MBA graduates by
April 15 will earn a beef gift certificate. Competing groups can track of their progress by following
along on the MBA Collegiate Competition page found at beeftips.com/about-us/upcoming-events.

To enroll in MBA, visit mba.beeflearningcenter.org.