Beef Bucks Program

May is Beef Month! What are you doing to celebrate? Eating more beef is a great way to start; so is participating in the Beef Bucks Program!

What is the Beef Bucks Program? The Beef Bucks program has been incorporated as a non-profit organization for the purpose of promoting the beef industry as well as educating consumers, since its formation in De Smet, SD in 1997. Get more specifics by tuning in today at 12:30 p.m. as ag broadcaster Sonja Langseth checks in with Nancy Montross of the Beef Bucks Program to talk BEEF!

Still looking for more information or missed the segment? No problem. Beef Bucks are pre-paid checks that can be used to purchase beef or beef meals backed by one of two financial institutions: First Dakota National Bank of Yankton, SD or Wells Fargo Bank of De Smet, SD in the amounts of $5, $10, and $20. Beef Bucks have been used in more than 40 states in an assortment of establishments from fast food restaurants, steak houses, retail meat markets, grocery stores and home delivery services. Expired Beef Bucks that are unused, may be returned and replaced with a like amount. Retailers accepting the Beef Buck need only to deposit the check as they would any other check accepted in their establishment. Get more information at www.beefbucks.org

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