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Cattlemen wrap up successful ‘Ranchers Wrangling the Recession’ fly-in


Cattlemen wrap up successful  ‘Ranchers Wrangling  the Recession’ fly-in
Members of the U.S. Cattlemen’s Association gather in front of the White House during the “Ranchers Wrangling the Recession” 2011 fly-in to Washington, D.C., held Feb. 28 through March 2. Joining the association’s President Jon Wooster of California (back, from left) are USCA Deputy Director of Government and Industry Relations Kelly Fogarty of Washington, D.C., Destry Brown of Nebraska, USCA Executive Vice President Jess Peterson of Washington, D.C., Adam Redland of Wyoming, Eddie Shelton of Virginia, Alan Sents of Kansas, Chris Abbott of Nebraska, (front) Kathy Waltmon of Jasper, Texas, Debbie Shelton of Virginia, Justin Tupper of South Dakota, and Deanna Sents of Kansas.


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WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The U.S. Cattlemen’s Association (USCA) wrapped up its “Ranchers Wrangling the Recession” 2011 fly-in, according to a March 8 U.S. Cattlemen’s Association press release. Ranchers from throughout the country -- California, Kansas, Virginia, Nebraska, South Dakota, Wyoming, and Texas -- traveled to the nation’s capitol Feb. 28 through March 2, to bring their personal stories about issues affecting today’s cattle industry.  . . .

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