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Missouri breeder re-elected to Simmental Board

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Gregg Bailey, Mt. Vernon, Mo., has been re-elected to a three-year term on the 16-member Board of Trustees of the American Simmental Association. A member of the Board's Executive Committee, Bailey has been elected Vice-Chairman of the Board, succeeding Jim Skillestad, Glendive, Mont., who assumed the position of Chairman.

Owner and operator of Breezin' B Simmentals, Bailey markets his bulls by private treaty and females are sold through the Simmental Association of the Ozarks and the Missouri Simmental Association sales.

A graduate of Southwest Missouri State University with a degree in agricultural education, Bailey taught high school agriculture for four years before moving into agriculture finance. He presently serves as President of Community National Bank, Aurora, Mo. Bailey and his wife, Sandy, are the parents of two daughters, Whitley and Ashley.

Bailey was formally seated during ASA's 41st Annual Meeting held Jan. 31, in Fort Worth, Texas. Also seated were Chairman Jim Skillestad, Glendive, Mont., and Treasurer Dr. John Harker, Hope, Ind. Rounding out ASA's five-member Executive Committee are Tommy Brown, Clanton, Ala., and Mike Mallett, Lampasas, Texas.

The American Simmental Association is headquartered in Bozeman, Mont., and maintains the breed registries for the Simmental and Simbrah breeds of cattle. ASA has an active adult and junior membership of nearly 8,000.



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