OREGON CATTLEMEN Association’s president Ray Sessler speaks at the North Central Livestock Association meeting in Maupin Feb. 15. The state association is growing, Sessler noted, and cattlemen are benefiting from improved representation in Salem. In the background is Keith Nantz, head of the organization made up of ranchers from Sherman and Wasco counties.
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Members of the North Central Livestock Association gathered in Maupin Saturday night for their second annual banquet and business meeting.
The nonprofit organization of Sherman and Wasco County ranchers is headed by Keith Nantz, business partner for the Dillon Land and Cattle Company, which is headquartered in Dufur.
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