CANADIAN BULL CONGRESS : About Us
Each year Camrose hosts the Canadian Bull Congress. Located in the heart of Alberta, Camrose is a city of 15,000 with a very large rural population. The Canadian Bull Congress, established in 1986, was the first of it’s kind – a program designed to promote top quality bulls and the attributes that the variety of breeds have to offer. This two-day event allows purebred breeders, commercial cattlemen and agricultural related product and service exhibitors to exchange resources and information in a unique trade fair setting that features livestock exhibits alternated with other agricultural exhibitors.
This non-profit event regularly boasts attendance of more than 7,500 visitors, from across Canada and internationally. Annually, about 12 different breeds of cattle are represented at the event along with 250+ livestock exhibitors and product and service related exhibitors.
The Canadian Bull Congress has grown substantially over the years and now utilizes all facilities of the Camrose Regional Exhibition. We thank our founding members for their foresight in establishing what is now an internationally recognized premier agricultural event. Canadian Bull Congress also stresses continued learning in the beef industry through programs including a 4-H judging seminar and agricultural education program for elementary children and producer seminars. The Taste of Beef Banquet features the all-breed steak challenge and charity auction which is sold out each year with over 600 in attendance. The Canadian Bull Congress has made great strides in the components of the event.
Canadian Bull Congress is an affiliate member of the Canadian Beef Breeds Council and has participated in Trade Missions to the UK and Ireland. In 2008, the Canadian Bull Congress proudly hosted a delegation from Ireland.
This event is a must for livestock producers and industry based products.
This is “Your Opportunity to Profit”.