Rural Press Club Breakfast

Rating    16+
Date         Thursday 9th May
Time         7.00AM – 9.00AM
Venue     The Stadium
Price       $120 + online booking fee*

Tickets include plated hot breakfast, tea/coffee and General Admission Day Pass on Thursday 9th May. Dress Code: Smart Business.

It’s one of the highest attended industry events on the Beef Australia calendar. Beef2024 makes for no exception as 700 industry colleagues and the best in Australian media meet at the Rural Press Club Breakfast.

Network with like-minded professionals, journalists, and influencers who are shaping the narrative of our vibrant rural community before welcoming keynote speaker, Mark Eisele, National Cattlemen’s Beef Association President-Elect to the stage along with David Foote, Cattle Australia Chair in a panel Q&A with the audience.

Be part of a morning that promises inspiration, networking, and a taste of Australia's rich agricultural heritage.

About Mark Eisele
Mark Eisele, a Cheyenne, Wyoming resident and 2023 NCBA President-Elect, manages a family-owned ranch on nearly 25,000 acres, blending Red and Black Angus cow-calf pairs, retained yearlings, and custom haying. Situated just five miles from Cheyenne's city limits, the ranch grapples with urbanization, energy development, and business park pressures.

Combining private and leased grazing land, the operation produces alfalfa and native grass hay on 600 acres, earning accolades like the Leopold Conservation

Award and Wyoming Stock Growers Environmental Stewardship Award in 2015. Eisele's deep ranching roots and dedication reflect hard work, calculated risk management, and a strong industry network.

His involvement with the National Cattlemen's Beef Association (NCBA) dates back to 2009, contributing to committees and serving as a PAC donor. Eisele, married for 43 years to his wife, Trudy, enjoys family ranching, outdoor recreation, hunting, and volunteering.

*Online booking fee of 2.5% will apply.


Rural Press Club Breakfast

Enjoy a morning that promises inspiration, networking, and a taste of Australia’s rich agricultural heritage.

Thursday 9 May 2024, 7:00 AM - 9:00 AM

The Stadium


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Victoria Park
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