BISMARCK, N.D. — Fred Helbling, Sharon Kickertz-Gerbig and Matt Lachenmeier were recently re-appointed by Governor Doug Burgum to the North Dakota Beef Commission (NDBC). The directors will serve three-year terms on the NDBC Board of Directors, which consists of nine voting members representing various segments of the state’s beef industry.
Helbling, a Mandan, N.D., rancher, serves as a beef producer director and Kickertz-Gerbig, an Amidon, N.D. rancher, serves as a beef producer at-large director. Lachenmeier, a field representative for Kist Livestock in Mandan, N.D., serves as the livestock market director. NDBC directors serve three-year terms and are eligible to be appointed to two consecutive terms on the board.
The NDBC, representing North Dakota beef farmers and ranchers, manages the state’s beef checkoff program with the mission of enhancing beef demand by strengthening consumer trust and exceeding consumer expectations. This is accomplished through programs and activities in the areas of promotion, research and consumer information. Learn more at www.ndbeef.org.
— NDBC via Clearwater Communications
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