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Baker and Ingalls inducted into Angus Heritage Foundation

Courtesy photo/Crystal Young, American AngusHugh Eugene Ingalls, Faith, SD, was inducted into the Angus Heritage Foundation. Pictured from left are Hugh and Eleanor Ingalls, and Bill Davis, American Angus Association outgoing president and chairman of the board.

The Angus breed has a rich heritage in the U.S., built on more than 127 years of genetic improvement and generations of dedicated breeders and enthusiasts who have made it possible. Each year, the American Angus Association honors select individuals for their dedication to the improvement and advancement of the breed by induction into the Angus Heritage Foundation.

This year, honorees included: Leo J. Baker, Saint Onge, SD; Hugh Ingalls, Faith, SD; Jay P. King, Rock Falls, IL; and Jim and Ardyce O’Neill, Logan, IA. Albert Gore, Sr., formerly of Tennessee, was inducted posthumously.

Inductees were recognized during the Association’s Annual Banquet Nov. 15 in Louisville, KY. Each inductee or a representative received a framed certificate, and all names will be engraved on a plaque at the Association’s Saint Joseph, MO, headquarters.

A new booklet features photos and brief biographies of all Angus Heritage Foundation inductees honored since the program was initiated in 1983. Contact the American Angus Association at 816-383-5100 or prphotos@angus.org to request copies.

Brief biographies of each 2010 inductee follow.

The Angus breed has a rich heritage in the U.S., built on more than 127 years of genetic improvement and generations of dedicated breeders and enthusiasts who have made it possible. Each year, the American Angus Association honors select individuals for their dedication to the improvement and advancement of the breed by induction into the Angus Heritage Foundation.

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This year, honorees included: Leo J. Baker, Saint Onge, SD; Hugh Ingalls, Faith, SD; Jay P. King, Rock Falls, IL; and Jim and Ardyce O’Neill, Logan, IA. Albert Gore, Sr., formerly of Tennessee, was inducted posthumously.

Inductees were recognized during the Association’s Annual Banquet Nov. 15 in Louisville, KY. Each inductee or a representative received a framed certificate, and all names will be engraved on a plaque at the Association’s Saint Joseph, MO, headquarters.

A new booklet features photos and brief biographies of all Angus Heritage Foundation inductees honored since the program was initiated in 1983. Contact the American Angus Association at 816-383-5100 or prphotos@angus.org to request copies.

Brief biographies of each 2010 inductee follow.

The Angus breed has a rich heritage in the U.S., built on more than 127 years of genetic improvement and generations of dedicated breeders and enthusiasts who have made it possible. Each year, the American Angus Association honors select individuals for their dedication to the improvement and advancement of the breed by induction into the Angus Heritage Foundation.

This year, honorees included: Leo J. Baker, Saint Onge, SD; Hugh Ingalls, Faith, SD; Jay P. King, Rock Falls, IL; and Jim and Ardyce O’Neill, Logan, IA. Albert Gore, Sr., formerly of Tennessee, was inducted posthumously.

Inductees were recognized during the Association’s Annual Banquet Nov. 15 in Louisville, KY. Each inductee or a representative received a framed certificate, and all names will be engraved on a plaque at the Association’s Saint Joseph, MO, headquarters.

A new booklet features photos and brief biographies of all Angus Heritage Foundation inductees honored since the program was initiated in 1983. Contact the American Angus Association at 816-383-5100 or prphotos@angus.org to request copies.

Brief biographies of each 2010 inductee follow.

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