Missouri cattleman elected to NCBA leadership

Clint Berry, Gainesville, Missouri, was elected as the Region III Vice President of the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association at the recent Cattle Industry Convention in Phoenix, Arizona. Berry will represent Illinois Beef Association; Iowa Cattlemen’s Association; Minnesota Cattlemen’s Association; Missouri Cattlemen’s Association; and Wisconsin Cattlemen’s Association on NCBA’s executive committee.

Berry said he was humbled by the trust put in him by the region.

“I am truly humbled. I will be someone who will listen and work to serve the interests of each and every producer in the states represented by region three,” said Berry. “I will not take this lightly. I am honored to serve.”

MCA President Greg Buckman said the association is proud to have one of their own in a position of leadership within the national association.

“We couldn’t be more proud of Clint,” said Buckman. “He is a proven leader here in Missouri and we are confident that will be true at the national level as well.”

Clint and his wife, Jama, own and operate a commercial cow/calf operation. He is a fifth generation cattleman and currently serves on the MCA Policy and Legislative Affairs Committee and the MCA Membership Committee.