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McCan to lead national beef association


McCan to lead national beef association
National Cattlemen’s Beef Association Immediate Past President Scott George of Wyoming (left) passes the gavel to President Bob McCan of Victoria during the national meeting in Nashville, Tenn.


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FORT WORTH -- Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association Past President Bob McCan of Victoria was elected to serve as the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA) president Feb. 7 during the association’s annual meeting in Nashville, Tenn.

McCan became a Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association director in 1990 and served as the association’s president from 2003-05. He oversees cattle operations in Victoria, Refugio, and Bee counties as ranch manager for his family’s McFaddin Enterprises.

NCBA is the largest association of cattle producers in the nation.
 

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