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Cattlemen unite for COOL defense fund


Cattlemen unite for COOL defense fund
South Central Texas Independent Cattlemen’s Association President Brad Cotton reads the winning name as Brynna and Brooke Mills look on.


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The South Central Texas Independent Cattlemen’s Association recently sponsored a fund-raiser for the Country of Origin Labeling (COOL) Defense Fund. COOL allows everyone the opportunity to know where their beef comes from (i.e. United States, Mexico, Canada, or any other country). Since there are those fighting to have this law rescinded, a defense fund was established to keep the law in place.

Arthur Troell of Pleasanton was the winner of a side of beef from Wiatrek’s Meat Market in Poth. The winning ticket was drawn Dec. 16 by Brynna Mills, daughter of Bryan and Brooke Mills of Floresville.

The local chapter of the Independent Cattlemen’s Association of Texas will host its first meeting of the new year on Thursday, Jan. 9, at Lew’s Grill in Floresville. A free dinner will be served at 6:30 p.m. Speaker will be Fred Morales of Morales Feed, who will address the K-Line irrigation system.
 

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