New Beef Leader

Missouri Cattlemen's Association hires Jeff Windett as executive VP.

Jeff Windett, Columbia, has been named the new executive vice president of the Missouri Cattlemen's Association. "We're extremely pleased Jeff Windett has accepted the position. MCA looks forward to building upon our successes under Jeff's leadership," says Merrel Breyer, MCA president.

Windett comes to MCA from Circle A Angus Ranch, where he served as commercial marketing manager. A native of Illinois, Windett received an animal science degree from the University of Missouri, and has a wide variety of beef industry experience. He previously served as the executive vice president of the Missouri Cattlemen's Association from 1990 to 1996.

"I look forward to working with the great cattle producers in Missouri, as well as the young, energetic staff of the Missouri Cattlemen's Association, to accomplish our goals together," Windett says.

Windett will be responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of the association, including legislative and public policy issues, membership, convention and other activities and events. He assumed duties at MCA July 1.

Contact Windett at [email protected].

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