Max Armstrong talks about cattleman Adam McClung, who died suddenly. (audio)

August 7, 2017

When you're on an airplane and the pilot tells you to always keep your seatbelt buckled, do what they tell you. Airline lurched over Atlantic Ocean. It put 10 people in hospital after it landed. Max had similar incident coming back from Europe. I have white knuckles more en route to and from airport. Stay buckled while in the air.

Cattle industry mourning Adam McClung, who died suddenly after short illness. He represented industry very well. He served as executive vice president of the Arkansas Cattlemen's Association. He and his wife, Chantel, own and operate 7 Diamond 3 McClung Cattle Company near El Paso, Arkansas. Just a few weeks ago was on Max's TV program. He was also honored by White House as a Champion of Change. McClung went to Eastern Oklahoma State College and Oklahoma State University on livestock judging scholarships, and received his bachelor’s degree in animal science with emphasis on business and agriculture economics.


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