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South Dakota processor named bison association 'member of the year'

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Bruce Anderson of Rapid City, S.D., was honored as the National Bison Association's Member of the Year at the association's recent annual conference in recognition of his leadership in promoting bison meat and in expanding production across the country.

Anderson is one of the pioneers in the commercial buffalo business, with more than 30 years of experience in production, processing and marketing. He has owned and operated Western Buffalo Co. in Rapid City since 1979 and is the largest state-inspected processor of bison meat in the United States.

Anderson serves as the chair of the National Bison Association's Commercial Marketers' Committee, which represents processors and marketers of all sizes. As chair of that committee, Anderson helped develop and implement the association's voluntary checkoff program, which generated nearly $50,000 in contributions last year to promote the sales and production of buffalo.

He has been active in the organization's public policy activities and has traveled to Washington, D.C., to meet with lawmakers and regulators on issues important to the bison business.

A strong proponent of cooperation among buffalo associations at all levels, Anderson currently serves as president of the Dakota Territories Buffalo Association. He was a leader in organizing a recent meeting in Las Vegas, Nev., to bring together leaders from the National Bison Association and state and regional bison associations to discuss opportunities to coordinate efforts to represent the industry.

Members of the Year are nominated from among the membership of the National Bison Association, and the winner is selected by the group's Past Presidents' Committee.



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