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Cattlemen address ag issues during D.C. fly-in


Cattlemen address ag issues during D.C. fly-in
Courtesy Photo/U.S. CATTLEMEN’S ASSOCIATION A U.S. Cattlemen’s Association (USCA) delegation meets Oct. 5 with officials at the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative during their three-day fly-in to Washington, D.C. Attending the meeting were (from left) Adam Johnson of Indiana, Kenny Graner of North Dakota, Deb Dressler of North Dakota, Colton Brajcich of Montana, Tammy Basel of South Dakota, Rick Gross of North Dakota, Amanda Radke of South Dakota, Charlie Price of Texas, Ambassador Isi Siddiqui, Andrew Wood of Indiana, Jim Hornbacher of North Dakota, Courtney Nolz of South Dakota, Joe Cook of Montana, Diane McDonald of North Dakota, Chuck Kiker of Texas, Pat Becker of North Dakota, Mary Ellen Cammack of South Dakota, and USCA Executive Vice President Jess Peterson. Also attending was Kelly Fogarty, USCA Deputy Director for Government and Industry Relations.


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WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The U.S. Cattlemen’s Association held its fourth Washington, D.C., fly-in of 2011 with an 18-member delegation from across the Midwest participating in a diverse array of events and meetings Oct. 3-5 in the nation’s capital. The association’s members represented five states -- North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana, Texas, and Indiana. . . .

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