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New Young Stockmen's Academy class announced

Kansas

The 2013 Kansas Livestock Association Young Stockmen's Academy class consists of 20 participants from across the state. Vista from Merck Animal Health is partnering with KLA to host members in their 20s for a series of four seminars throughout the year. The program will expose YSA members to the importance of KLA's voice in the legislative process, producers' responsibility as agricultural advocates, the need for progressive livestock operations and how other industry segments, including animal health suppliers and agribusinesses, fit into the food chain. They also will participate in KLA's policy-making process. The group's first meeting will be Feb. 18 to 19 in Topeka.

Members of the 2013 KLA YSA class are: Lori Bammerlin, Manhattan; Keith Bergkamp, Pretty Prairie; Kim Cerny, Salina; Garrett Cook, Hardtner; Hyatt Frobose, Manhattan; Nichole Gouldie, Wamego; Justin Keith, Allen; Samantha Lilley, Riley; Flinton McCabe, Elk City; Derick McGhee, Baldwin City; Blaze Mollhagen, Lorraine; Christine Mushrush, Strong City; Clarke Nelson, Long Island; Cody Nichols, Wichita; Ty Riggs, Sedan; Garrett Rolland, Norton; Suzanne Ryan, Platte City, Mo.; Austin Sexten, Wamego; Sydney Shepheard, Pomona; and Kathryn Taylor, Manhattan.

Date: 2/4/2013



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