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Nemaha County KLA membership grows

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Nemaha County Kansas Livestock Association membership reached 105 recently as a result of the county meeting and a concentrated membership drive by the county committee. Led by County Chairman Brian Holthaus, this active group includes Dean Becker, Mike Edelman, Neal Haverkamp, Dave Rethman, Josh Rottinghaus, Kevin Stallbaumer and Tom Strahm.

The Nemaha County KLA Committee has signed up 10 new members in March to take the statewide lead in total membership. Pottawatomie County is in second place with 99 members. Butler, Wabaunsee and Marion counties round out the top five, with 89, 84 and 82 members, respectively.

KLA staff already has attended 23 local meetings in 2012. More than 1,700 individuals involved in agriculture have heard how KLA is working for them in the legislative, public relations and regulatory arenas. Watch the KLA newsletter calendar or visit www.kla.org/calendarofevents.aspx to find a meeting in your area. On your way, invite a non-member neighbor to attend with you.



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