Education Resources


Coloring pages

Learn more about the cattle business in Kentucky while solving puzzles and word finds!


Paint By Number

Practice your math skills, something used every day by cattle producers, to full in the right colors!




Masters of Beef Advocacy Logo

Masters of Beef Advocacy is your go-to program for training and resources to be a strong advocate for the beef community. This free, self-guided online course equipping you to advocate for beef.

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The Kentucky Beef Quality & Care Assurance (BQCA) Program is based on recommended national guidelines developed on scientific principles. This program enables beef and dairy producers to enhance their product, maximize marketability and strengthen consumer confidence. ​

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Beef University

Beef University is a free, online training program which covers the beef basics that will help you market and menu beef. Your customers rely on you to be their expert source on the foods they purchase and consume.  Beef U will help you understand the ‘ins and outs’ of beef to deliver superior customer service, which translates to an improved bottom line.

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Beef in the classroom grant

Beef In The Classroom is a grant-funded reimbursement program that provides financial support for Kentucky middle and high school teachers to purchase beef to use in their classrooms for educational purposes. Eligible classes include family and consumer sciences, culinary arts, meat/food sciences and animal sciences. Beef in the Classroom is funded by the Beef Checkoff and administered through the Kentucky Beef Council.

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Materials Request

Needing any materials for your next AG Day, lesson, or event? Feel free to submit a request for materials using this link.

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Google Drive Resources

We have created a plethora of resources for all ages and backgrounds on the beef industry. From nutrition to how beef is raised and grown, you should be able to find any resource or graphics here. 

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For additional resources please contact Bradon Burks, Director of Education:

[email protected]