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Nebraska Cattlemen members elect new leaders

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With the 2012 Nebraska Cattlemen Convention, which was held Dec. 5 to 7 in Kearney, under the boots of Nebraska Cattlemen members, Nebraska Cattlemen is proud to announce the newly elected leadership for the 2013 year:

--President Dale Spencer, Brewster;

--President-Elect Jeff Rudolph, Cozad;

--Vice President Dave McCracken, Friend;

--Past President Jim Ramm, Atkinson;

--Farmer Stockman Chairman Chris Bolte, Burning;

--Farmer Stockman Vice Chairman Kevin Sladkey, Wahoo;

--Feedlot Chairman Mike Drinnin, Columbus;

--Feedlot Vice Chairman Bill Rhea, Arlington;

--Seedstock Chairman Loren Berger, Stapleton;

--Seedstock Vice Chairman Todd Eggerling, Martell;

--Brand & Property Rights Chairman Jay Martindale, Brewster;

--Brand & Property Rights Vice Chairman Paul Schipporeit, Sumner;

--Natural Resources & Environment Chairman Bill Bose, Orleans;

--Natural Resources & Environment Vice Chairman Chris Schluntz, Republican City;

--Nebraska CattleWomen Consumer Education and Promotion Chairman Kelli Loos, Litchfield; and

--Nebraska CattleWomen Consumer Education and Promotion Vice Chairman Tammy Hansen, Brady.

Members Services Vice Chairman for Region 4 is Kurt Kruse, Albion, and for Region 6, Tony White, Paxton.

"This year's convention was a huge success. Not only was the time filled with great speakers and presentations, but constructive conversations were sparked by the membership", said 2013 Nebraska Cattlemen President Dale Spencer. "As leadership, we look forward to serving Nebraska Cattlemen in 2013."

The Nebraska Cattlemen association serves as the representative for the state's beef cattle industry and represents professional cattle breeders, ranchers and feeders, as well as county and local cattlemen's associations. Its headquarters are in Lincoln and second office in Lakeside serves cattlemen in western Nebraska. For more information, visit www.nebraskacattlemen.org.

Date: 12/31/2012



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