Local Beef Producers Selected to Participate in Prestigious Leadership Program

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK. June 2, 2020 – Twenty Oklahoma beef producers have been selected to be part of class 28 of the Cattlemen’s Leadership Academy (CLA). CLA is a program of the Oklahoma Cattlemen’s Association (OCA) targeted for beef producers ages 25-40 and designed to develop young OCA members through industry exposure, education and association communication. The CLA Class 28 participants include: Stacy Beirig, Ringwood; Ryan Cantarella, Ardmore; Luke Chapman, Ardmore; Billie Coldwater, Vici; Marcus Dunn, Coyle; Christina Farris, Ft. Cobb; Brandon Fix, Adair; Landen Hendon, Newalla; Jaci Hickey, Reydon; Mark Landess, Guyman; Brian Marlin, Inola; Courtney McNeff, Stillwater; Kelli…

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