The B&B Club at MSU strives to provide members an opportunity to promote agriculture and forge new relationships through multiple livestock, social and community service events.

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News

February 19, 2018-- On Saturday, February 17th about 20 of the MSU Block and Bridle Club members took at tour at Great Lakes Sire Service in Bronson, Michigan. Owners Earl and Melissa Souva opened their facilities up to the group and gave an in depth look at how the custom stud operates and how the business is an important part of the beef, deer, sheep, and goat industry. The group was exposed to how a bull is collected and what happens to the semen before it gets put into the tank, as well as the design of the facilities that are used to handle bulls. It was a great tour and we plan on touring there in the future!-- Brandon Goering, Marshall and Sparty Farm Fresh Tour Chairman.

Event Information

To find our event information such as registration forms, rules, and people of contact head over to our 2017-2018 Calendar! Under the respective event you will find all the information you may need.

Who We Are

The B&B Club at MSU strives to provide members an opportunity to promote agriculture and forge new relationships through multiple livestock, social and community service events. Although agriculture is a major club focus, the membership consists of people from all backgrounds. The MSU B&B Club is part of the National B&B Club.

Our Involvement

The club organizes multiple events throughout the academic year. Some events include: the Little International, the Michigan Beef Expo Junior Show, the B&B Club Lamb Northern Exposure Club Lamb Show and Recognition Banquet. For a more detailed description of B&B events please visit the Calendar. Each event offers members a chance to gain leadership experience and other involvement possibilities.

Our Meetings

Members gather for general meetings  every other Wednesday at 7:00 p.m. The Executive Council organizes guest speakers or other informational sessions for members after each meeting, along with a social event, such as a scavenger hunt and a hayride.

Our Objectives

  1. To promote a higher scholastic standard among students.
  2. To promote agriculture, emphasizing all areas of animal science.
  3. To bring a closer relationship among all individuals.
  4. To provide a social organization for students of Michigan State University who share a common interest in livestock.
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