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Video from Beef Empire Days

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Here’s a video from Beef Empire Days in Garden City. Enjoy!

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Beef Empire Days

Good afternoon!

We had a great time at Beef Empire Days in Garden City. We served about 500 steaks today at the Roto-Mix Cattlemen’s Steak Cookout.

Here are some pictures!

Beef Empire Days Coming Up

Good afternoon!

Summer is right around the corner. In southwest Kansas, that means that Beef Empire Days is coming up!

Beef Empire Days is a celebration of the beef industry in Garden City, Kansas. There are numerous events that take place from May 17 through June 30. (For a complete schedule, here’s the Beef Empire Days website.)

Roto-Mix is a proud sponsor of Beef Empire Days. Each year, the Roto-Mix Cattlemen’s Steak Cookout feeds a crowd of hundreds at the Finney County Fairgrounds. (Read a story about last year’s cookout from The Garden City Telegram here: http://tinyurl.com/becyvvr)

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In this photo from the 2012 Roto-Mix Cattlemen’s Steak Cookout: Jack Klein shakes garlic pepper seasoning on a fresh round of steaks placed on one of the grills Wednesday during the Beef Empire Days Roto-Mix Cattlemen’s Steak Cookout under the grandstands at the Finney County Fairgrounds (Photo credit: Brad Nading/The Garden City Telegram).

This year, the cookout is scheduled for 11:30 a.m. June 4 at the Finney County Fairgrounds.

Mike Hilderbrand, Roto-Mix president, said last year’s cookout served around 850 steaks. The event is free to the public and takes place during the Merck Animal Health Live Show.

This is the 14th year in a row that Roto-Mix has sponsored the event.

If you’re around southwest Kansas the first week of June, come on out to Beef Empire Days. And enjoy the steak!

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In this photo from the 2012 Roto-Mix Cattlemen’s Steak Cookout: Wally Stimpert has some flames kick up as he turns a steak while he and others from Roto-Mix man the grills for the Beef Empire Days Roto-Mix Cattlemen’s Steak Cookout under the Finney County Fairgrounds grandstands. (Photo credit: Brad Nading/The Garden City Telegram)