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Governor appoints Perrier to Animal Health Board



Eureka rancher Matt Perrier has been appointed by Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback to serve on the Kansas Animal Health Board. Perrier will serve a three-year term in one of the nine-member board's cow-calf/stocker positions.

Perrier works on his family's ranch, Dalebanks Angus. He manages the breeding, marketing and customer service operations for the business. Perrier graduated from Kansas State University with a degree in animal sciences and industry.

The Kansas Animal Health Board serves in an advisory role to the Kansas animal health commissioner on policies and actions affecting the livestock industry.

Date: 1/21/2013


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