Gov. Daugaard Proclaims May as Beef Month
Gov. Dennis Daugaard has signed a proclamation declaring May as "Beef Month" once again this year in South Dakota. There are 3.85 million head of cattle in South Dakota, which is nearly five beef animals for to every state resident.
Beef Council on the Move During May Beef Month
Thurs., May 4, Gov. Dennis Daugaard signed the proclamation officially declared May as Beef Month in South Dakota, which officially kicks off a month-long celebration, and your beef council is on the move across the state promoting beef.
May Beef Month 2017
Gov. Dennis Daugaard has officially declared May as Beef Month in South Dakota. Pictured with Gov. Daugaard (center) are: Wayne Tupper, president, SDBIC; Teri Heninger, finance officer, SDBIC; Eric Sumption, vice president, SDBIC; Suzanne Geppert, executive director, SDBIC; Gov. Dennis Daugaard; Hunter Roberts, policy advisor to the governor; Jodie Hickman-Anderson, executive director South Dakota Cattlemen's Association; Mike Jaspers, South Dakota Secretary of Agriculture. Not pictured: Silvia Christen, executive director, South Dakota Stockgrowers Association.
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