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2017 LEAD (Leaders Engaged in Angus Development) Conference
Raleigh, North Carolina
Show Dates: 08/03/17 - 08/06/17
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Arkansas

Nicholas Pohlman, left, and Will Pohlman, right, both of Prairie Grove, represented Arkansas at the 2017 LEAD (Leaders Engaged in Angus Development) Conference, Aug. 3-6 in Raleigh, N.C. A total of 146 juniors from 27 states and Canada attended the conference, “Navigating North Carolina,” where they enhance leadership and interpersonal skills while learning more about the beef industry. Photo by JD Rosman, American Angus Association.

California

These junior Angus members represented California at the 2017 LEAD (Leaders Engaged in Angus Development) Conference, Aug. 3-6 in Raleigh, N.C. Pictured from left are Rex Roseman, Rocklin; Colby Perry and Macy Perry, both of Prather; Morgan Spiro, Hanford; Dawson DalPorto, Oakley; and Emily Piland, Rescue. A total of 146 juniors from 27 states and Canada attended the conference, “Navigating North Carolina,” where they enhance leadership and interpersonal skills while learning more about the beef industry. Photo by JD Rosman, American Angus Association.

Colorado

Alex Vieselmeyer, left, and Austin Vieselmeyer, right, both of Amherst, represented Colorado at the 2017 LEAD (Leaders Engaged in Angus Development) Conference, Aug. 3-6 in Raleigh, N.C. A total of 146 juniors from 27 states and Canada attended the conference, “Navigating North Carolina,” where they enhance leadership and interpersonal skills while learning more about the beef industry. Photo by JD Rosman, American Angus Association.

Florida

Morgan Blommel, Dade City, represented Florida at the 2017 LEAD (Leaders Engaged in Angus Development) Conference, Aug. 3-6 in Raleigh, N.C. A total of 146 juniors from 27 states and Canada attended the conference, “Navigating North Carolina,” where they enhance leadership and interpersonal skills while learning more about the beef industry. Photo by JD Rosman, American Angus Association.

Iowa

These junior Angus members represented Iowa at the 2017 LEAD (Leaders Engaged in Angus Development) Conference, Aug. 3-6 in Raleigh, N.C. Pictured from left are Rowdi VanZee, Sioux City; Morgan Knapp and Baxter Knapp, both of Bloomfield; Olivia Johnson, Prole; Haley Greiman, Perry; Jordan Johnson, Fort Dodge; and Tim Mardesen, Oxford. A total of 146 juniors from 27 states and Canada attended the conference, “Navigating North Carolina,” where they enhance leadership and interpersonal skills while learning more about the beef industry. Photo by JD Rosman, American Angus Association.

Illinois

These junior Angus members represented Illinois at the 2017 LEAD (Leaders Engaged in Angus Development) Conference, Aug. 3-6 in Raleigh, N.C. Pictured front row from left are Maggie Kelly, Strasburg; Amelia Miller, Gridley; Amber Schiffbauer, Tonica; Sierra Day, Cerro Gordo; Lindsey Decker, Philo; Olivia Heltsley, Kansas; Jack Dameron, Towanda; and Austin Mussman, Grant Park. Back row from left are Morgan Hutchins, Charleston; Dalton Lemenager, Clifton; Garrett Handsaker, Pearl City; Eric Schafer, Owaneco; Emily Brooks, Prophetstown; Benjamin Marsh, Union; Gabrielle Lemenager, Clifton; and Keegan Cassady, Normal. A total of 146 juniors from 27 states and Canada attended the conference, “Navigating North Carolina,” where they enhance leadership and interpersonal skills while learning more about the beef industry. Photo by JD Rosman, American Angus Association.

Indiana

Maddi Butler, Vincennes, represented Indiana at the 2017 LEAD (Leaders Engaged in Angus Development) Conference, Aug. 3-6 in Raleigh, N.C. A total of 146 juniors from 27 states and Canada attended the conference, “Navigating North Carolina,” where they enhance leadership and interpersonal skills while learning more about the beef industry. Photo by JD Rosman, American Angus Association.

Kansas

These junior Angus members repreeented Kansas at the 2017 LEAD (Leaders Engaged in Angus Development) Conference, Aug. 3-6 in Raleigh, N.C. Pictured from left are Cale Hinrichsen, Westmoreland; Alexandria Cozzitorto, Lawrence; Grady Dickerson, Jayce Dickerson, Ethan Dickerson, Clay Pelton and Sarah Pelton, all of Paradise; and Kady Figge, Onaga. A total of 146 juniors from 27 states and Canada attended the conference, “Navigating North Carolina,” where they enhance leadership and interpersonal skills while learning more about the beef industry. Photo by JD Rosman, American Angus Association.

Kentucky

These junior Angus members represented Kentucky at the 2017 LEAD (Leaders Engaged in Angus Development) Conference, Aug. 3-6 in Raleigh, N.C. Pictured front row from left are Catherine Cowles, Rockfield; Abigal Smoot, Campbellsville; and Logan Boyd, May's Lick. Back row from left are Corbin Cowles, Rockfield; Tyler McGinnis, Shelbyville; Josh Jasper, Nicholasville; Caroline Cowles, Rockfield; and Makayla Jeffries, Horse Cave. A total of 146 juniors from 27 states and Canada attended the conference, “Navigating North Carolina,” where they enhance leadership and interpersonal skills while learning more about the beef industry. Photo by JD Rosman, American Angus Association.

Louisiana

These junior Angus members represented Louisiana at the 2017 LEAD (Leaders Engaged in Angus Development) Conference, Aug. 3-6 in Raleigh, N.C. Pictured from left are Lily Gisclair, Longville, Katelyn Corsentino, Denham Springs; Olivia Shepherd, Lake Charles; and Andrew Graves, Abita Springs. A total of 146 juniors from 27 states and Canada attended the conference, “Navigating North Carolina,” where they enhance leadership and interpersonal skills while learning more about the beef industry. Photo by JD Rosman, American Angus Association.

Maryland

These junior Angus members represented Maryland at the 2017 LEAD (Leaders Engaged in Angus Development) Conference, Aug. 3-6 in Raleigh, N.C. Pictured from left are Savannah Brauning, Finksburg; Sarah Lechlider, Gaithersburg; and Trevor Magaha, Beallsville. A total of 146 juniors from 27 states and Canada attended the conference, “Navigating North Carolina,” where they enhance leadership and interpersonal skills while learning more about the beef industry. Photo by JD Rosman, American Angus Association.

Michigan

These junior Angus members represented Michigan at the 2017 LEAD (Leaders Engaged in Angus Development) Conference, Aug. 3-6 in Raleigh, N.C. Pictured from left are Amanda Kosal, Deckerville; Jaycie Brown, Pinckney; Austin Pillars, Martin; and Brady Zellmer, Nashville. A total of 146 juniors from 27 states and Canada attended the conference, “Navigating North Carolina,” where they enhance leadership and interpersonal skills while learning more about the beef industry. Photo by JD Rosman, American Angus Association.

Missouri

These junior Angus members represented Missouri at the 2017 LEAD (Leaders Engaged in Angus Development) Conference, Aug. 3-6 in Raleigh, N.C. Pictured from left are Lauren Gilbert, Oldfield; Carrie Otte, Saint Mary; Carson Hoth, Anderson; Conrad Behlman, Saint Paul; Callie Keaton, Anderson; Lauren Parks, Brookfiield; Tommy Otte, Saint Mary; Jera Pipkin, Republic; and Cort Hardy, Diamond. A total of 146 juniors from 27 states and Canada attended the conference, “Navigating North Carolina,” where they enhance leadership and interpersonal skills while learning more about the beef industry. Photo by JD Rosman, American Angus Association.

Mississippi

Bethany White, Morton, represented Mississippi at the 2017 LEAD (Leaders Engaged in Angus Development) Conference, Aug. 3-6 in Raleigh, N.C. A total of 146 juniors from 27 states and Canada attended the conference, “Navigating North Carolina,” where they enhance leadership and interpersonal skills while learning more about the beef industry. Photo by JD Rosman, American Angus Association.

Montana

Jordyn Wagner, Billings, represented Montana at the 2017 LEAD (Leaders Engaged in Angus Development) Conference, Aug. 3-6 in Raleigh, N.C. A total of 146 juniors from 27 states and Canada attended the conference, “Navigating North Carolina,” where they enhance leadership and interpersonal skills while learning more about the beef industry. Photo by JD Rosman, American Angus Association.

North Carolina

These junior Angus members represented North Carolina at the 2017 LEAD (Leaders Engaged in Angus Development) Conference, Aug. 3-6 in Raleigh, N.C. Pictured front row from left are Taylor Glover, Pikeville; Chelsie Bobbitt, Ennice; Mary Wood, Willow Spring; Cara Smith, Pleasant Garden; Lynae Bowman, Germanton; and Mattie Harward and Marci Harward, both of Richfield. Back row from left are Laura LeGlue, Asheboro; Justin Wood, Willow Spring; John Heath, La Grange; Thomas Smith, Pleasant Garden; Wyatt Kendall, Magnolia; and Madison Boyd, Pinetown. A total of 146 juniors from 27 states and Canada attended the conference, “Navigating North Carolina,” where they enhance leadership and interpersonal skills while learning more about the beef industry. Photo by JD Rosman, American Angus Association.

North Dakota

Madison Sundsbak, Des Lacs, represnted North Dakota at the 2017 LEAD (Leaders Engaged in Angus Development) Conference, Aug. 3-6 in Raleigh, N.C. A total of 146 juniors from 27 states and Canada attended the conference, “Navigating North Carolina,” where they enhance leadership and interpersonal skills while learning more about the beef industry. Photo by JD Rosman, American Angus Association.

Nebraska

These junior Angus members represented Nebraska at the 2017 LEAD (Leaders Engaged in Angus Development) Conference, Aug. 3-6 in Raleigh, N.C. Pictured kneeling from left are Rachel Smith, Osceola; and Miranda Raithel, Falls City. Standing from left are Reagan Skow, Palisade; Michaela Clowser, Milford; Dakota Lovett, Bladen; and Kyra Meyer, Blue Hill. A total of 146 juniors from 27 states and Canada attended the conference, “Navigating North Carolina,” where they enhance leadership and interpersonal skills while learning more about the beef industry. Photo by JD Rosman, American Angus Association.

New York

Jayne Bannister, Kent, left, and Katherine Wesche, Shortsville, right, represented New York at the 2017 LEAD (Leaders Engaged in Angus Development) Conference, Aug. 3-6 in Raleigh, N.C. A total of 146 juniors from 27 states and Canada attended the conference, “Navigating North Carolina,” where they enhance leadership and interpersonal skills while learning more about the beef industry. Photo by JD Rosman, American Angus Association.

Ohio

These junior Angus members represented Ohio at the 2017 LEAD (Leaders Engaged in Angus Development) Conference, Aug. 3-6 in Raleigh, N.C. Pictured from left are McKayla Raines, Seaman; Ellie Kidwell, Walhonding; Ty Raines, Seaman; Lydia Dance, Hillsboro; and Sarah Millikan, Napoleon. A total of 146 juniors from 27 states and Canada attended the conference, “Navigating North Carolina,” where they enhance leadership and interpersonal skills while learning more about the beef industry. Photo by JD Rosman, American Angus Association.

Oklahoma

These junior Angus members represented Oklahoma at the 2017 LEAD (Leaders Engaged in Angus Development) Conference, Aug. 3-6 in Raleigh, N.C. Pictured front row from left are Sydney Johnson, Orlando; Jackson Ray, Holdenville; and Sydnee Gerken, Cashion. Back row from left are Victoria Gerken, Cashion; Braden Henricks, Anadarko; Ryan Callahan and Hudson Myers, both of Edmond. A total of 146 juniors from 27 states and Canada attended the conference, “Navigating North Carolina,” where they enhance leadership and interpersonal skills while learning more about the beef industry. Photo by JD Rosman, American Angus Association.

Oregon

These junior Angus members represented Oregon at the 2017 LEAD (Leaders Engaged in Angus Development) Conference, Aug. 3-6 in Raleigh, N.C. Pictured from left are Morgan Scilacci, Baker City; Hayley DeHaan, McMinnville; and Nicholas Sheridan, Yamhill. A total of 146 juniors from 27 states and Canada attended the conference, “Navigating North Carolina,” where they enhance leadership and interpersonal skills while learning more about the beef industry. Photo by JD Rosman, American Angus Association.

Pennsylvania

These junior Angus members represented Pennsylvania at the 2017 LEAD (Leaders Engaged in Angus Development) Conference, Aug. 3-6 in Raleigh, N.C. Pictured front row from left are Claudia Hissong, Greencastle; Carrie Rutledge, Red Lion; Madison Weaver, Ephrata; and Haley Sweitzer, Wellsville. Back row from left are Dakota Mayle, Dillsburg; Bryce Fitzgerald and Brody Fitzgerald, both of West Grove; and Daniel Rohrbaugh, Seven Valleys. A total of 146 juniors from 27 states and Canada attended the conference, “Navigating North Carolina,” where they enhance leadership and interpersonal skills while learning more about the beef industry. Photo by JD Rosman, American Angus Association.

Texas

These junior Angus members represented Texas at the 2017 LEAD (Leaders Engaged in Angus Development) Conference, Aug. 3-6 in Raleigh, N.C. Pictured from left are Hannah Steph, Tatum; Faith Massingill, Hamilton; Georgia Blackwell, Venus; Taylor Criswell, Idalou; Bailey Bozeman, Lubbock; and Gracie Smith, Kirbyville. Back row from left are Jeremiah Steph, Tatum; Stuart Lastovica, Cooper Free, and Kaydee Free, all of Salado; Dylan Denny, Lubbock; Emma Nowotny, New Braunfels; Lexi Stevenson, Argyle; and Cutter Pohlman, Hereford. A total of 146 juniors from 27 states and Canada attended the conference, “Navigating North Carolina,” where they enhance leadership and interpersonal skills while learning more about the beef industry. Photo by JD Rosman, American Angus Association.

Canada

Wade Olynyk, Goodeve, Saskatchewan, left, and Mark Sample, Havelock, Quebec, right, represented Canada at the 2017 LEAD (Leaders Engaged in Angus Development) Conference, Aug. 3-6 in Raleigh, N.C. A total of 146 juniors from 27 states and Canada attended the conference, “Navigating North Carolina,” where they enhance leadership and interpersonal skills while learning more about the beef industry. Photo by JD Rosman, American Angus Association.