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Cattlemen wrap up ‘Sizzling Summer Fly-In 2011’


Cattlemen wrap up ‘Sizzling Summer Fly-In 2011’
Members of the cattle industry participating in the U.S. Cattlemen’s Association (USCA) “Sizzling Summer Fly-In 2011” include (from left) USCA Deputy Director of Government and Industry Relations Kelly Fogarty of Washington, D.C., USCA members Patrick Becker of North Dakota, Jack Alexander of Montana, Brian Malaer of Texas, Adam Redland and Heather Hamilton of Wyoming, Francis “Buck” Maher of North Dakota, Deanna and Allan Sents of Kansas, USCA President Jon Wooster of California, USCA Executive Vice President Jess Peterson of Washington, D.C., USCA members Casey Perman of South Dakota, Kenny Graner of North Dakota, Jason Anderberg of South Dakota, Adam Johnson of Indiana, Boe Lopez of New Mexico, Justin Fisher of Colorado, Andrew Wood of Indiana, Allen Lund of North Dakota, and Chase Adams of South Dakota.


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The U.S. Cattlemen’s Association wrapped up another successful fly-in -- “Sizzling Summer Fly-In 2011” -- to the nation’s capital the week of June 13. An 18-member delegation, representing 10 states, gathered in Washington, D.C., to deliver the cattlemen’s position on current legislative issues to both agency and Hill offices.  . . .

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