Cattle Feeders Hall of Fame inducts fourCattle Feeders Hall of Fame inducts four
Four more industry leaders join the prestigious club.
July 20, 2017
Jeff L. Biegert (left) accepts the award for the 2017 Cattle Feeders Hall of Fame Inductee. Biegert is pictured with Brett Gottsch (center) and his wife, Sally Biegert (right).Cattle Feeders Hall of Fame
The Cattle Feeders Hall of Fame recently inducted four into its growing list of those who have made significant contributions to the cattle feeding industry. Earl Brookover, founder of Brookover Feed Yards in Garden City, Kan., and Jeff L. Biegert, founder of Midwest PMS/Biegert Feeds of Shickley, Neb., were honored as inductees from the cattle feeding industry.
Additional inductees were Dee Griffin, clinical professor at Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine, who was presented with the Industry Leadership Award, recognizing individuals who have demonstrated outstanding leadership and provided exemplary service to the industry. Eulogio “Lohill” Dimas, feedyard manager at Southwest Feeders in Hayes Center, Neb., received the Arturo Armendariz Distinguished Service Award, which honors exceptional and hardworking feedyard employees.
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