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Meeting held on U.S. Air Force plans to expand Powder River Training Complex

MILES CITY, MT – Over 100 cattle producers and concerned citizens attended a meeting Monday, July 28, in Miles City to learn about the U.S. Air Force’s (USAF) plan to triple the size of the Powder River Training Complex (PRTC). R-CALF USA CEO Bill Bullard participated in the meeting and encouraged producers to exercise their right to influence the USAF’s plans.

R-CALF USA member Pat Goggins, who owns several large ranches in the PRTC area, as well as the Public Auction Yards in Billings and Billings Livestock Commission, organized the meeting. Maj. Doug Bodine, a USAF pilot stationed at Ellsworth Air Force Base presented plans for the PRTC expansion and answered questions from the audience. The proposed expansion affects certain areas of Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wyoming.

MILES CITY, MT – Over 100 cattle producers and concerned citizens attended a meeting Monday, July 28, in Miles City to learn about the U.S. Air Force’s (USAF) plan to triple the size of the Powder River Training Complex (PRTC). R-CALF USA CEO Bill Bullard participated in the meeting and encouraged producers to exercise their right to influence the USAF’s plans.

R-CALF USA member Pat Goggins, who owns several large ranches in the PRTC area, as well as the Public Auction Yards in Billings and Billings Livestock Commission, organized the meeting. Maj. Doug Bodine, a USAF pilot stationed at Ellsworth Air Force Base presented plans for the PRTC expansion and answered questions from the audience. The proposed expansion affects certain areas of Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wyoming.

MILES CITY, MT – Over 100 cattle producers and concerned citizens attended a meeting Monday, July 28, in Miles City to learn about the U.S. Air Force’s (USAF) plan to triple the size of the Powder River Training Complex (PRTC). R-CALF USA CEO Bill Bullard participated in the meeting and encouraged producers to exercise their right to influence the USAF’s plans.

R-CALF USA member Pat Goggins, who owns several large ranches in the PRTC area, as well as the Public Auction Yards in Billings and Billings Livestock Commission, organized the meeting. Maj. Doug Bodine, a USAF pilot stationed at Ellsworth Air Force Base presented plans for the PRTC expansion and answered questions from the audience. The proposed expansion affects certain areas of Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wyoming.

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