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North Dakota cattle producers will have another opportunity to help their industry stand strong next week at the 2009 North Dakota Stockmen’s Association’s (NDSA) Spring Roundups, thanks to a generous donation to livestock industry disaster victims by Pfizer Animal Health.

In response to the recent catastrophic winter storms and spring floods, Pfizer Animal Health has contributed $5,000 in cash and nearly $7,000 worth of Dectomax Pour On to build the special disaster relief fund established by the National Cattlemen’s Foundation for North Dakota cattle producers. The product will be auctioned off during the Spring Roundups, which will be held June 1-6 in Grand Rapids, Steele, Rugby, Towner, Carson and Watford City, ND, respectively.

The funds raised will assist North Dakota producers hardest hit by this year’s extreme weather.

“Pfizer Animal Health understands firsthand the hardships that the state’s producers have endured this year,” said local Pfizer representative Donny Wald of Mandan, ND. “We live here and work in this industry, and this is a way to give back to the people that have helped our company become successful.”

Wald said the company and the NDSA opted for a part-cash-part-product donation to allow the gift to grow even beyond its retail value, as well as to provide producers a way to help some of their less fortunate neighbors.

Pfizer’s cash contribution and the funds raised through the product auctions will augment the dollars that have already been contributed to the National Cattlemen’s Foundation fund by the Florida Cattlemen’s Association ($2,500); the Giving Back Foundation of Helena, MT, ($1,500); and nearly $2,500 in private donations from Colorado, Wyoming, Nebraska, Wisconsin and Ohio.

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NDSA President Jack Reich of Zap said that the Stockmen’s Foundation board will disseminate funds to producers later this summer to help them rebuild damaged infrastructure.

Those who cannot attend next week’s Spring Roundups, but who want to contribute to the fund, can mail contributions to National Cattlemen’s Foundation, 9110 East Nichols Ave., Suite 300, Centennial, CO 80112. Checks should be made payable to the National Cattlemen’s Foundation with “disaster relief” included on the memo line.

Online contributions can be made by going to the National Cattlemen’s Foundation’s website, http://www.nationalcattlemensfoundation.org, then selecting “Contribute Now” on the left side of the screen. Donations are tax-deductible.

The Spring Roundups will also feature state and national speakers, socials, suppers and opportunities to recommend director candidates to the NDSA Nominating Committees. At each location, the social begins at 5:30 p.m. local time. Supper follows at 6:30 p.m., with a program, the product auction and an NDSA Nominating Committee meeting immediately afterward.

Following are details about the individual Spring Roundups:

North Dakota cattle producers will have another opportunity to help their industry stand strong next week at the 2009 North Dakota Stockmen’s Association’s (NDSA) Spring Roundups, thanks to a generous donation to livestock industry disaster victims by Pfizer Animal Health.

In response to the recent catastrophic winter storms and spring floods, Pfizer Animal Health has contributed $5,000 in cash and nearly $7,000 worth of Dectomax Pour On to build the special disaster relief fund established by the National Cattlemen’s Foundation for North Dakota cattle producers. The product will be auctioned off during the Spring Roundups, which will be held June 1-6 in Grand Rapids, Steele, Rugby, Towner, Carson and Watford City, ND, respectively.

The funds raised will assist North Dakota producers hardest hit by this year’s extreme weather.

“Pfizer Animal Health understands firsthand the hardships that the state’s producers have endured this year,” said local Pfizer representative Donny Wald of Mandan, ND. “We live here and work in this industry, and this is a way to give back to the people that have helped our company become successful.”

Wald said the company and the NDSA opted for a part-cash-part-product donation to allow the gift to grow even beyond its retail value, as well as to provide producers a way to help some of their less fortunate neighbors.

Pfizer’s cash contribution and the funds raised through the product auctions will augment the dollars that have already been contributed to the National Cattlemen’s Foundation fund by the Florida Cattlemen’s Association ($2,500); the Giving Back Foundation of Helena, MT, ($1,500); and nearly $2,500 in private donations from Colorado, Wyoming, Nebraska, Wisconsin and Ohio.

NDSA President Jack Reich of Zap said that the Stockmen’s Foundation board will disseminate funds to producers later this summer to help them rebuild damaged infrastructure.

Those who cannot attend next week’s Spring Roundups, but who want to contribute to the fund, can mail contributions to National Cattlemen’s Foundation, 9110 East Nichols Ave., Suite 300, Centennial, CO 80112. Checks should be made payable to the National Cattlemen’s Foundation with “disaster relief” included on the memo line.

Online contributions can be made by going to the National Cattlemen’s Foundation’s website, http://www.nationalcattlemensfoundation.org, then selecting “Contribute Now” on the left side of the screen. Donations are tax-deductible.

The Spring Roundups will also feature state and national speakers, socials, suppers and opportunities to recommend director candidates to the NDSA Nominating Committees. At each location, the social begins at 5:30 p.m. local time. Supper follows at 6:30 p.m., with a program, the product auction and an NDSA Nominating Committee meeting immediately afterward.

Following are details about the individual Spring Roundups:

North Dakota cattle producers will have another opportunity to help their industry stand strong next week at the 2009 North Dakota Stockmen’s Association’s (NDSA) Spring Roundups, thanks to a generous donation to livestock industry disaster victims by Pfizer Animal Health.

In response to the recent catastrophic winter storms and spring floods, Pfizer Animal Health has contributed $5,000 in cash and nearly $7,000 worth of Dectomax Pour On to build the special disaster relief fund established by the National Cattlemen’s Foundation for North Dakota cattle producers. The product will be auctioned off during the Spring Roundups, which will be held June 1-6 in Grand Rapids, Steele, Rugby, Towner, Carson and Watford City, ND, respectively.

The funds raised will assist North Dakota producers hardest hit by this year’s extreme weather.

“Pfizer Animal Health understands firsthand the hardships that the state’s producers have endured this year,” said local Pfizer representative Donny Wald of Mandan, ND. “We live here and work in this industry, and this is a way to give back to the people that have helped our company become successful.”

Wald said the company and the NDSA opted for a part-cash-part-product donation to allow the gift to grow even beyond its retail value, as well as to provide producers a way to help some of their less fortunate neighbors.

Pfizer’s cash contribution and the funds raised through the product auctions will augment the dollars that have already been contributed to the National Cattlemen’s Foundation fund by the Florida Cattlemen’s Association ($2,500); the Giving Back Foundation of Helena, MT, ($1,500); and nearly $2,500 in private donations from Colorado, Wyoming, Nebraska, Wisconsin and Ohio.

NDSA President Jack Reich of Zap said that the Stockmen’s Foundation board will disseminate funds to producers later this summer to help them rebuild damaged infrastructure.

Those who cannot attend next week’s Spring Roundups, but who want to contribute to the fund, can mail contributions to National Cattlemen’s Foundation, 9110 East Nichols Ave., Suite 300, Centennial, CO 80112. Checks should be made payable to the National Cattlemen’s Foundation with “disaster relief” included on the memo line.

Online contributions can be made by going to the National Cattlemen’s Foundation’s website, http://www.nationalcattlemensfoundation.org, then selecting “Contribute Now” on the left side of the screen. Donations are tax-deductible.

The Spring Roundups will also feature state and national speakers, socials, suppers and opportunities to recommend director candidates to the NDSA Nominating Committees. At each location, the social begins at 5:30 p.m. local time. Supper follows at 6:30 p.m., with a program, the product auction and an NDSA Nominating Committee meeting immediately afterward.

Following are details about the individual Spring Roundups:

North Dakota cattle producers will have another opportunity to help their industry stand strong next week at the 2009 North Dakota Stockmen’s Association’s (NDSA) Spring Roundups, thanks to a generous donation to livestock industry disaster victims by Pfizer Animal Health.

In response to the recent catastrophic winter storms and spring floods, Pfizer Animal Health has contributed $5,000 in cash and nearly $7,000 worth of Dectomax Pour On to build the special disaster relief fund established by the National Cattlemen’s Foundation for North Dakota cattle producers. The product will be auctioned off during the Spring Roundups, which will be held June 1-6 in Grand Rapids, Steele, Rugby, Towner, Carson and Watford City, ND, respectively.

The funds raised will assist North Dakota producers hardest hit by this year’s extreme weather.

“Pfizer Animal Health understands firsthand the hardships that the state’s producers have endured this year,” said local Pfizer representative Donny Wald of Mandan, ND. “We live here and work in this industry, and this is a way to give back to the people that have helped our company become successful.”

Wald said the company and the NDSA opted for a part-cash-part-product donation to allow the gift to grow even beyond its retail value, as well as to provide producers a way to help some of their less fortunate neighbors.

Pfizer’s cash contribution and the funds raised through the product auctions will augment the dollars that have already been contributed to the National Cattlemen’s Foundation fund by the Florida Cattlemen’s Association ($2,500); the Giving Back Foundation of Helena, MT, ($1,500); and nearly $2,500 in private donations from Colorado, Wyoming, Nebraska, Wisconsin and Ohio.

NDSA President Jack Reich of Zap said that the Stockmen’s Foundation board will disseminate funds to producers later this summer to help them rebuild damaged infrastructure.

Those who cannot attend next week’s Spring Roundups, but who want to contribute to the fund, can mail contributions to National Cattlemen’s Foundation, 9110 East Nichols Ave., Suite 300, Centennial, CO 80112. Checks should be made payable to the National Cattlemen’s Foundation with “disaster relief” included on the memo line.

Online contributions can be made by going to the National Cattlemen’s Foundation’s website, http://www.nationalcattlemensfoundation.org, then selecting “Contribute Now” on the left side of the screen. Donations are tax-deductible.

The Spring Roundups will also feature state and national speakers, socials, suppers and opportunities to recommend director candidates to the NDSA Nominating Committees. At each location, the social begins at 5:30 p.m. local time. Supper follows at 6:30 p.m., with a program, the product auction and an NDSA Nominating Committee meeting immediately afterward.

Following are details about the individual Spring Roundups:

North Dakota cattle producers will have another opportunity to help their industry stand strong next week at the 2009 North Dakota Stockmen’s Association’s (NDSA) Spring Roundups, thanks to a generous donation to livestock industry disaster victims by Pfizer Animal Health.

In response to the recent catastrophic winter storms and spring floods, Pfizer Animal Health has contributed $5,000 in cash and nearly $7,000 worth of Dectomax Pour On to build the special disaster relief fund established by the National Cattlemen’s Foundation for North Dakota cattle producers. The product will be auctioned off during the Spring Roundups, which will be held June 1-6 in Grand Rapids, Steele, Rugby, Towner, Carson and Watford City, ND, respectively.

The funds raised will assist North Dakota producers hardest hit by this year’s extreme weather.

“Pfizer Animal Health understands firsthand the hardships that the state’s producers have endured this year,” said local Pfizer representative Donny Wald of Mandan, ND. “We live here and work in this industry, and this is a way to give back to the people that have helped our company become successful.”

Wald said the company and the NDSA opted for a part-cash-part-product donation to allow the gift to grow even beyond its retail value, as well as to provide producers a way to help some of their less fortunate neighbors.

Pfizer’s cash contribution and the funds raised through the product auctions will augment the dollars that have already been contributed to the National Cattlemen’s Foundation fund by the Florida Cattlemen’s Association ($2,500); the Giving Back Foundation of Helena, MT, ($1,500); and nearly $2,500 in private donations from Colorado, Wyoming, Nebraska, Wisconsin and Ohio.

NDSA President Jack Reich of Zap said that the Stockmen’s Foundation board will disseminate funds to producers later this summer to help them rebuild damaged infrastructure.

Those who cannot attend next week’s Spring Roundups, but who want to contribute to the fund, can mail contributions to National Cattlemen’s Foundation, 9110 East Nichols Ave., Suite 300, Centennial, CO 80112. Checks should be made payable to the National Cattlemen’s Foundation with “disaster relief” included on the memo line.

Online contributions can be made by going to the National Cattlemen’s Foundation’s website, http://www.nationalcattlemensfoundation.org, then selecting “Contribute Now” on the left side of the screen. Donations are tax-deductible.

The Spring Roundups will also feature state and national speakers, socials, suppers and opportunities to recommend director candidates to the NDSA Nominating Committees. At each location, the social begins at 5:30 p.m. local time. Supper follows at 6:30 p.m., with a program, the product auction and an NDSA Nominating Committee meeting immediately afterward.

Following are details about the individual Spring Roundups:

North Dakota cattle producers will have another opportunity to help their industry stand strong next week at the 2009 North Dakota Stockmen’s Association’s (NDSA) Spring Roundups, thanks to a generous donation to livestock industry disaster victims by Pfizer Animal Health.

In response to the recent catastrophic winter storms and spring floods, Pfizer Animal Health has contributed $5,000 in cash and nearly $7,000 worth of Dectomax Pour On to build the special disaster relief fund established by the National Cattlemen’s Foundation for North Dakota cattle producers. The product will be auctioned off during the Spring Roundups, which will be held June 1-6 in Grand Rapids, Steele, Rugby, Towner, Carson and Watford City, ND, respectively.

The funds raised will assist North Dakota producers hardest hit by this year’s extreme weather.

“Pfizer Animal Health understands firsthand the hardships that the state’s producers have endured this year,” said local Pfizer representative Donny Wald of Mandan, ND. “We live here and work in this industry, and this is a way to give back to the people that have helped our company become successful.”

Wald said the company and the NDSA opted for a part-cash-part-product donation to allow the gift to grow even beyond its retail value, as well as to provide producers a way to help some of their less fortunate neighbors.

Pfizer’s cash contribution and the funds raised through the product auctions will augment the dollars that have already been contributed to the National Cattlemen’s Foundation fund by the Florida Cattlemen’s Association ($2,500); the Giving Back Foundation of Helena, MT, ($1,500); and nearly $2,500 in private donations from Colorado, Wyoming, Nebraska, Wisconsin and Ohio.

NDSA President Jack Reich of Zap said that the Stockmen’s Foundation board will disseminate funds to producers later this summer to help them rebuild damaged infrastructure.

Those who cannot attend next week’s Spring Roundups, but who want to contribute to the fund, can mail contributions to National Cattlemen’s Foundation, 9110 East Nichols Ave., Suite 300, Centennial, CO 80112. Checks should be made payable to the National Cattlemen’s Foundation with “disaster relief” included on the memo line.

Online contributions can be made by going to the National Cattlemen’s Foundation’s website, http://www.nationalcattlemensfoundation.org, then selecting “Contribute Now” on the left side of the screen. Donations are tax-deductible.

The Spring Roundups will also feature state and national speakers, socials, suppers and opportunities to recommend director candidates to the NDSA Nominating Committees. At each location, the social begins at 5:30 p.m. local time. Supper follows at 6:30 p.m., with a program, the product auction and an NDSA Nominating Committee meeting immediately afterward.

Following are details about the individual Spring Roundups:

North Dakota cattle producers will have another opportunity to help their industry stand strong next week at the 2009 North Dakota Stockmen’s Association’s (NDSA) Spring Roundups, thanks to a generous donation to livestock industry disaster victims by Pfizer Animal Health.

In response to the recent catastrophic winter storms and spring floods, Pfizer Animal Health has contributed $5,000 in cash and nearly $7,000 worth of Dectomax Pour On to build the special disaster relief fund established by the National Cattlemen’s Foundation for North Dakota cattle producers. The product will be auctioned off during the Spring Roundups, which will be held June 1-6 in Grand Rapids, Steele, Rugby, Towner, Carson and Watford City, ND, respectively.

The funds raised will assist North Dakota producers hardest hit by this year’s extreme weather.

“Pfizer Animal Health understands firsthand the hardships that the state’s producers have endured this year,” said local Pfizer representative Donny Wald of Mandan, ND. “We live here and work in this industry, and this is a way to give back to the people that have helped our company become successful.”

Wald said the company and the NDSA opted for a part-cash-part-product donation to allow the gift to grow even beyond its retail value, as well as to provide producers a way to help some of their less fortunate neighbors.

Pfizer’s cash contribution and the funds raised through the product auctions will augment the dollars that have already been contributed to the National Cattlemen’s Foundation fund by the Florida Cattlemen’s Association ($2,500); the Giving Back Foundation of Helena, MT, ($1,500); and nearly $2,500 in private donations from Colorado, Wyoming, Nebraska, Wisconsin and Ohio.

NDSA President Jack Reich of Zap said that the Stockmen’s Foundation board will disseminate funds to producers later this summer to help them rebuild damaged infrastructure.

Those who cannot attend next week’s Spring Roundups, but who want to contribute to the fund, can mail contributions to National Cattlemen’s Foundation, 9110 East Nichols Ave., Suite 300, Centennial, CO 80112. Checks should be made payable to the National Cattlemen’s Foundation with “disaster relief” included on the memo line.

Online contributions can be made by going to the National Cattlemen’s Foundation’s website, http://www.nationalcattlemensfoundation.org, then selecting “Contribute Now” on the left side of the screen. Donations are tax-deductible.

The Spring Roundups will also feature state and national speakers, socials, suppers and opportunities to recommend director candidates to the NDSA Nominating Committees. At each location, the social begins at 5:30 p.m. local time. Supper follows at 6:30 p.m., with a program, the product auction and an NDSA Nominating Committee meeting immediately afterward.

Following are details about the individual Spring Roundups: