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The American Royal Livestock Show, a Kansas City Tradition!


This week on North American Ag Spotlight Chrissy Wozniak talks to Jeff Nemecek, the American Royal Livestock Show Manager about the upcoming livestock show, what's new and why you shouldn't miss it!


Jeff has been a member of the team for the past 20 years serving on the Swine Committee where he helped grow the swine show to over 1000 head. Today, Jeff serves on the staff full-time and has been in this role for a little over a year. Jeff brings over 35 years of livestock knowledge to the team.


A Kansas City tradition since 1899, the American Royal is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization whose mission is to be the nation’s leader for food and agriculture education, events, and engagement. The American Royal provides opportunities for nearly half a million youth and adults from around the world to engage in high-quality events and experiences, including nationally competitive livestock shows, the world’s largest barbecue competition, regional and national equine shows, youth and professional rodeos, and elementary and secondary education outreach. Support from partners, members, and volunteers help the American Royal achieve its vision of a world where food and agriculture are celebrated, and all generations are committed to its future.


Learn more about The American Royal at https://agr.fyi/american-royal


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