Wyoming Beef Council Seeks New Range Cattle Rancher
Written by Andrew-Rossi on January 16, 2020
Are you a range cattle rancher? Then the Wyoming Beef Council wants you.
The Council has announced that they have an upcoming vacancy for a producer of range cattle, open to any Wyoming producer. The current holder of the position, Lacee Sims of Evanston, is ending her term at the end of June 2020 and will not be eligible for reappointment. If you applied, your application will be reviewed by the Governor’s Office, and Governor Mark Gordon will be appointing the next producer of range cattle. There is no compensation for the position, but any lodging and travel incurred will be reimbursed.
The mission of the Wyoming Beef Council is to increase beef demand domestically and internationally for the benefit of Wyoming farmers and ranchers. The Council ensures responsible and effective allocation of checkoff funds to improve the marketing climate for beef and beef products.
Applications for producer of range cattle will be accepted until April 30th, 2020 with the appointment following in early May for a three-year term.
Visit wybeef.com for more information on the Wyoming Beef Council. Please contact Ann Wittmann, WBC executive director at 307-777-7396 with any questions about the vacancy or the associated duties.
The position description and application are available on the WBC website: https://www.wybeef.com/for-producers/board-vacancies