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2010 Montana Angus Association Banquet highlights

Joe Goggins of Billings, MT, was elected president of the Montana Angus Association during the organization’s annual meeting, Oct. 15, 2010. Larry Coleman of Charlo, MT, was elected as a new member of the Board of Directors.

Goggins serves as an auctioneer and fieldman for the family’s PAYS and BLS market centers in Billings and helps to manage the Patrick Goggins family ranches that include Vermilion Ranch, Pryor Creek Ranch and Diamond Ring.

He has a life-long background with both purebred and commercial Angus cattle and Montana’s ranching industry.

Coleman and his wife operate Coleman Angus Ranch where they raise seedstock Angus cattle.

Joe Goggins of Billings, MT, was elected president of the Montana Angus Association during the organization’s annual meeting, Oct. 15, 2010. Larry Coleman of Charlo, MT, was elected as a new member of the Board of Directors.

Goggins serves as an auctioneer and fieldman for the family’s PAYS and BLS market centers in Billings and helps to manage the Patrick Goggins family ranches that include Vermilion Ranch, Pryor Creek Ranch and Diamond Ring.

He has a life-long background with both purebred and commercial Angus cattle and Montana’s ranching industry.

Coleman and his wife operate Coleman Angus Ranch where they raise seedstock Angus cattle.

Joe Goggins of Billings, MT, was elected president of the Montana Angus Association during the organization’s annual meeting, Oct. 15, 2010. Larry Coleman of Charlo, MT, was elected as a new member of the Board of Directors.

Goggins serves as an auctioneer and fieldman for the family’s PAYS and BLS market centers in Billings and helps to manage the Patrick Goggins family ranches that include Vermilion Ranch, Pryor Creek Ranch and Diamond Ring.

He has a life-long background with both purebred and commercial Angus cattle and Montana’s ranching industry.

Coleman and his wife operate Coleman Angus Ranch where they raise seedstock Angus cattle.


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