Nebraska Beef Producer Becomes 2012 National Cattlemen’s Beef Association President
February 12, 2012
JD Alexander of Pilger, NE became President of the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA) at the 2012 Cattle Industry Convention, Feb. 4, 2012.
“I am excited to represent cattlemen and am a firm believer in local, state and national relationships and involvement,” said JD, NCBA President. JD is the owner of Alexander Cattle and Farms as well as past president of Nebraska Cattlemen.
This year as JD travels across the nation as well as internationally his family will be taking care of the farm and feedyard.
His son Josh and daughter Kesa are very proud of their father and are ready to support him this next year as NCBA President. Debra Alexander, JD’s wife, knows that her husband is ready for this responsibility and “he is never afraid to speak up for what he believes is right.”
“I pledge to you that my top priority as your president is to do all I can to build beef demand and producer profitability,” stated JD. “Grassroots advocacy is the primary reason NCBA has been so successful in the past and will continue to be again this year.”
“We are proud to have one of our own serve as the president of NCBA,” says Jim Ramm, Nebraska Cattlemen president. “We are confident in JD’s leadership and are excited to work with him on issues important to cattlemen.”
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