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Leo McDonnell elected to Angus Board of Directors

American Angus Association delegates elected five members to its Board of Directors Monday, Nov. 15, 2010 at the 127th Annual Convention of Delegates in Louisville, KY.

Newly elected Board Directors include: Leo McDonnell Jr., Columbus, MT; John Pfeiffer, Mulhall, OK; Kevin Yon, Ridge Spring, SC; and John Harrell, Opelika, AL. Jim Rentz, Coldwater, OH, was elected to a second term on the Board.

Joe Hampton, Mount Ulla, NC, was elected the American Angus Association president and chairman of the board. He succeeds Bill Davis, Sidney, MT.

Jarold Callahan, Edmond, OK, was chosen by delegates to serve as vice president and vice chairman of the board. Phil Trowbridge, Ghent, NY, will serve as treasurer for the year.

More than 350 elected delegates from 43 states and Canada represented American Angus Association members and conducted the business of the Association during the annual meeting and election. The meeting was at the Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center in conjunction with the North American International Livestock Exposition (NAILE) Super-Point Roll of Victory (ROV) Angus Show.

Joe Hampton, the Association’s newly elected president and chairman of the board, most recently served as vice president and vice chairman of the board. He and his wife, Robin, operate Back Creek, a cattle operation near Mount Ulla, NC, focused on the production of Angus bulls for commercial cattlemen. Hampton received his bachelor’s degree from North Carolina State University and has been involved with agricultural research for more than 25 years. He has served as president of the North Carolina Angus Association and as board director for the North Carolina Cattlemen’s Association.

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As Association president, Hampton will serve as chairman of the Executive Committee and will work closely with all directors to lead the board during the next year.

Hampton succeeds Bill Davis, who, with his wife, Jennifer, operates Rollin’ Rock Angus near Sidney, MT. Davis served on the American Angus Association Board of Directors for eight years.

Jarold Callahan, the newly elected vice chairman and vice president, recently served as treasurer. Callahan received his undergraduate degree from Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College and a master’s degree in agriculture from the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville. He taught purebred beef production and livestock selection at Oklahoma State University and served as executive vice president of the Oklahoma Cattlemen’s Association before joining Express Ranches in 1996.

Phil Trowbridge will serve as the newly elected treasurer. Trowbridge received his animal science degree from Alfred State College prior to becoming herdsman at Gallagher’s Angus Farm, where he continues to enhance Angus genetics with Trowbridge Angus. Trowbridge has served on numerous boards on the local and state level and organized the Columbia County Feeders 4-H Club.

American Angus Association delegates elected five members to its Board of Directors Monday, Nov. 15, 2010 at the 127th Annual Convention of Delegates in Louisville, KY.

Newly elected Board Directors include: Leo McDonnell Jr., Columbus, MT; John Pfeiffer, Mulhall, OK; Kevin Yon, Ridge Spring, SC; and John Harrell, Opelika, AL. Jim Rentz, Coldwater, OH, was elected to a second term on the Board.

Joe Hampton, Mount Ulla, NC, was elected the American Angus Association president and chairman of the board. He succeeds Bill Davis, Sidney, MT.

Jarold Callahan, Edmond, OK, was chosen by delegates to serve as vice president and vice chairman of the board. Phil Trowbridge, Ghent, NY, will serve as treasurer for the year.

More than 350 elected delegates from 43 states and Canada represented American Angus Association members and conducted the business of the Association during the annual meeting and election. The meeting was at the Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center in conjunction with the North American International Livestock Exposition (NAILE) Super-Point Roll of Victory (ROV) Angus Show.

Joe Hampton, the Association’s newly elected president and chairman of the board, most recently served as vice president and vice chairman of the board. He and his wife, Robin, operate Back Creek, a cattle operation near Mount Ulla, NC, focused on the production of Angus bulls for commercial cattlemen. Hampton received his bachelor’s degree from North Carolina State University and has been involved with agricultural research for more than 25 years. He has served as president of the North Carolina Angus Association and as board director for the North Carolina Cattlemen’s Association.

As Association president, Hampton will serve as chairman of the Executive Committee and will work closely with all directors to lead the board during the next year.

Hampton succeeds Bill Davis, who, with his wife, Jennifer, operates Rollin’ Rock Angus near Sidney, MT. Davis served on the American Angus Association Board of Directors for eight years.

Jarold Callahan, the newly elected vice chairman and vice president, recently served as treasurer. Callahan received his undergraduate degree from Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College and a master’s degree in agriculture from the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville. He taught purebred beef production and livestock selection at Oklahoma State University and served as executive vice president of the Oklahoma Cattlemen’s Association before joining Express Ranches in 1996.

Phil Trowbridge will serve as the newly elected treasurer. Trowbridge received his animal science degree from Alfred State College prior to becoming herdsman at Gallagher’s Angus Farm, where he continues to enhance Angus genetics with Trowbridge Angus. Trowbridge has served on numerous boards on the local and state level and organized the Columbia County Feeders 4-H Club.

American Angus Association delegates elected five members to its Board of Directors Monday, Nov. 15, 2010 at the 127th Annual Convention of Delegates in Louisville, KY.

Newly elected Board Directors include: Leo McDonnell Jr., Columbus, MT; John Pfeiffer, Mulhall, OK; Kevin Yon, Ridge Spring, SC; and John Harrell, Opelika, AL. Jim Rentz, Coldwater, OH, was elected to a second term on the Board.

Joe Hampton, Mount Ulla, NC, was elected the American Angus Association president and chairman of the board. He succeeds Bill Davis, Sidney, MT.

Jarold Callahan, Edmond, OK, was chosen by delegates to serve as vice president and vice chairman of the board. Phil Trowbridge, Ghent, NY, will serve as treasurer for the year.

More than 350 elected delegates from 43 states and Canada represented American Angus Association members and conducted the business of the Association during the annual meeting and election. The meeting was at the Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center in conjunction with the North American International Livestock Exposition (NAILE) Super-Point Roll of Victory (ROV) Angus Show.

Joe Hampton, the Association’s newly elected president and chairman of the board, most recently served as vice president and vice chairman of the board. He and his wife, Robin, operate Back Creek, a cattle operation near Mount Ulla, NC, focused on the production of Angus bulls for commercial cattlemen. Hampton received his bachelor’s degree from North Carolina State University and has been involved with agricultural research for more than 25 years. He has served as president of the North Carolina Angus Association and as board director for the North Carolina Cattlemen’s Association.

As Association president, Hampton will serve as chairman of the Executive Committee and will work closely with all directors to lead the board during the next year.

Hampton succeeds Bill Davis, who, with his wife, Jennifer, operates Rollin’ Rock Angus near Sidney, MT. Davis served on the American Angus Association Board of Directors for eight years.

Jarold Callahan, the newly elected vice chairman and vice president, recently served as treasurer. Callahan received his undergraduate degree from Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College and a master’s degree in agriculture from the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville. He taught purebred beef production and livestock selection at Oklahoma State University and served as executive vice president of the Oklahoma Cattlemen’s Association before joining Express Ranches in 1996.

Phil Trowbridge will serve as the newly elected treasurer. Trowbridge received his animal science degree from Alfred State College prior to becoming herdsman at Gallagher’s Angus Farm, where he continues to enhance Angus genetics with Trowbridge Angus. Trowbridge has served on numerous boards on the local and state level and organized the Columbia County Feeders 4-H Club.

American Angus Association delegates elected five members to its Board of Directors Monday, Nov. 15, 2010 at the 127th Annual Convention of Delegates in Louisville, KY.

Newly elected Board Directors include: Leo McDonnell Jr., Columbus, MT; John Pfeiffer, Mulhall, OK; Kevin Yon, Ridge Spring, SC; and John Harrell, Opelika, AL. Jim Rentz, Coldwater, OH, was elected to a second term on the Board.

Joe Hampton, Mount Ulla, NC, was elected the American Angus Association president and chairman of the board. He succeeds Bill Davis, Sidney, MT.

Jarold Callahan, Edmond, OK, was chosen by delegates to serve as vice president and vice chairman of the board. Phil Trowbridge, Ghent, NY, will serve as treasurer for the year.

More than 350 elected delegates from 43 states and Canada represented American Angus Association members and conducted the business of the Association during the annual meeting and election. The meeting was at the Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center in conjunction with the North American International Livestock Exposition (NAILE) Super-Point Roll of Victory (ROV) Angus Show.

Joe Hampton, the Association’s newly elected president and chairman of the board, most recently served as vice president and vice chairman of the board. He and his wife, Robin, operate Back Creek, a cattle operation near Mount Ulla, NC, focused on the production of Angus bulls for commercial cattlemen. Hampton received his bachelor’s degree from North Carolina State University and has been involved with agricultural research for more than 25 years. He has served as president of the North Carolina Angus Association and as board director for the North Carolina Cattlemen’s Association.

As Association president, Hampton will serve as chairman of the Executive Committee and will work closely with all directors to lead the board during the next year.

Hampton succeeds Bill Davis, who, with his wife, Jennifer, operates Rollin’ Rock Angus near Sidney, MT. Davis served on the American Angus Association Board of Directors for eight years.

Jarold Callahan, the newly elected vice chairman and vice president, recently served as treasurer. Callahan received his undergraduate degree from Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College and a master’s degree in agriculture from the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville. He taught purebred beef production and livestock selection at Oklahoma State University and served as executive vice president of the Oklahoma Cattlemen’s Association before joining Express Ranches in 1996.

Phil Trowbridge will serve as the newly elected treasurer. Trowbridge received his animal science degree from Alfred State College prior to becoming herdsman at Gallagher’s Angus Farm, where he continues to enhance Angus genetics with Trowbridge Angus. Trowbridge has served on numerous boards on the local and state level and organized the Columbia County Feeders 4-H Club.

American Angus Association delegates elected five members to its Board of Directors Monday, Nov. 15, 2010 at the 127th Annual Convention of Delegates in Louisville, KY.

Newly elected Board Directors include: Leo McDonnell Jr., Columbus, MT; John Pfeiffer, Mulhall, OK; Kevin Yon, Ridge Spring, SC; and John Harrell, Opelika, AL. Jim Rentz, Coldwater, OH, was elected to a second term on the Board.

Joe Hampton, Mount Ulla, NC, was elected the American Angus Association president and chairman of the board. He succeeds Bill Davis, Sidney, MT.

Jarold Callahan, Edmond, OK, was chosen by delegates to serve as vice president and vice chairman of the board. Phil Trowbridge, Ghent, NY, will serve as treasurer for the year.

More than 350 elected delegates from 43 states and Canada represented American Angus Association members and conducted the business of the Association during the annual meeting and election. The meeting was at the Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center in conjunction with the North American International Livestock Exposition (NAILE) Super-Point Roll of Victory (ROV) Angus Show.

Joe Hampton, the Association’s newly elected president and chairman of the board, most recently served as vice president and vice chairman of the board. He and his wife, Robin, operate Back Creek, a cattle operation near Mount Ulla, NC, focused on the production of Angus bulls for commercial cattlemen. Hampton received his bachelor’s degree from North Carolina State University and has been involved with agricultural research for more than 25 years. He has served as president of the North Carolina Angus Association and as board director for the North Carolina Cattlemen’s Association.

As Association president, Hampton will serve as chairman of the Executive Committee and will work closely with all directors to lead the board during the next year.

Hampton succeeds Bill Davis, who, with his wife, Jennifer, operates Rollin’ Rock Angus near Sidney, MT. Davis served on the American Angus Association Board of Directors for eight years.

Jarold Callahan, the newly elected vice chairman and vice president, recently served as treasurer. Callahan received his undergraduate degree from Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College and a master’s degree in agriculture from the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville. He taught purebred beef production and livestock selection at Oklahoma State University and served as executive vice president of the Oklahoma Cattlemen’s Association before joining Express Ranches in 1996.

Phil Trowbridge will serve as the newly elected treasurer. Trowbridge received his animal science degree from Alfred State College prior to becoming herdsman at Gallagher’s Angus Farm, where he continues to enhance Angus genetics with Trowbridge Angus. Trowbridge has served on numerous boards on the local and state level and organized the Columbia County Feeders 4-H Club.

American Angus Association delegates elected five members to its Board of Directors Monday, Nov. 15, 2010 at the 127th Annual Convention of Delegates in Louisville, KY.

Newly elected Board Directors include: Leo McDonnell Jr., Columbus, MT; John Pfeiffer, Mulhall, OK; Kevin Yon, Ridge Spring, SC; and John Harrell, Opelika, AL. Jim Rentz, Coldwater, OH, was elected to a second term on the Board.

Joe Hampton, Mount Ulla, NC, was elected the American Angus Association president and chairman of the board. He succeeds Bill Davis, Sidney, MT.

Jarold Callahan, Edmond, OK, was chosen by delegates to serve as vice president and vice chairman of the board. Phil Trowbridge, Ghent, NY, will serve as treasurer for the year.

More than 350 elected delegates from 43 states and Canada represented American Angus Association members and conducted the business of the Association during the annual meeting and election. The meeting was at the Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center in conjunction with the North American International Livestock Exposition (NAILE) Super-Point Roll of Victory (ROV) Angus Show.

Joe Hampton, the Association’s newly elected president and chairman of the board, most recently served as vice president and vice chairman of the board. He and his wife, Robin, operate Back Creek, a cattle operation near Mount Ulla, NC, focused on the production of Angus bulls for commercial cattlemen. Hampton received his bachelor’s degree from North Carolina State University and has been involved with agricultural research for more than 25 years. He has served as president of the North Carolina Angus Association and as board director for the North Carolina Cattlemen’s Association.

As Association president, Hampton will serve as chairman of the Executive Committee and will work closely with all directors to lead the board during the next year.

Hampton succeeds Bill Davis, who, with his wife, Jennifer, operates Rollin’ Rock Angus near Sidney, MT. Davis served on the American Angus Association Board of Directors for eight years.

Jarold Callahan, the newly elected vice chairman and vice president, recently served as treasurer. Callahan received his undergraduate degree from Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College and a master’s degree in agriculture from the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville. He taught purebred beef production and livestock selection at Oklahoma State University and served as executive vice president of the Oklahoma Cattlemen’s Association before joining Express Ranches in 1996.

Phil Trowbridge will serve as the newly elected treasurer. Trowbridge received his animal science degree from Alfred State College prior to becoming herdsman at Gallagher’s Angus Farm, where he continues to enhance Angus genetics with Trowbridge Angus. Trowbridge has served on numerous boards on the local and state level and organized the Columbia County Feeders 4-H Club.

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