American Simmental Association is with Craig Johnson and Katie Johnson.

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Take part in celebrating ASA's 50th Anniversary. We invite all of our friends to post a short ranch video/photo on our American Simmental Association FB page. Incredible things go on every day at your ranch and we want to share them! Please limit one video per ranch. The ASA will approve and publish your post.

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We Get Visitors at ASA Headquarters Photo One: Rick Prins, Hopkinsville, KY, dropped by the headquarters to visit with staff. Prins is getting back into the cattle business after retiring from 30 years of military service. He plans to move back to his home state, Idaho. Rick Prins standing in front of ASA’s stain glass window in the Board Room. Photo Two: GeneSeek® representatives met with ASA’s DNA team to discuss current testing available in the beef cattle industry and future projects that GeneSeek and ASA can collaborate on to enhance services available for members. — Left to right: Jackie Atkins, ASA's Director of Science and Education; Sheldon Ross, ASA's Lead Programmer; Caroline Wild, ASA's DNA Specialist; Tom Schultz, GeneSeek's Director of Sales and Marketing; JR Tate, GeneSeek's Director of Genetics Product Development; Leoma Wells, ASA's CHR Project Coordinator; Wade Shafer, ASA's Executive Vice President; John Paterson, GeneSeek's Territory Manager. Photo Three: Chuck and Sandy Winninger, the late Jack Winninger's son and daughter-in-law, from Cody, Wyoming, visited ASA recently. When the Association was formed on October 14, 1968, Jack Winninger was named to the nine-member founding Board of Trustees and was subsequently elected as the first president of the ASA. (In the early years, ASA’s highest elected official was the President. In the late 1980s, that position was officially changed to Chairman.) Chuck and Sandy, photographed holding Jack’s portrait, dropped by on his birthday to see the ASA office and toured the building courtesy of ASA’s EVP Wade Shafer.
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