IBBA seeks Executive Vice President

Source: Farm Progress. The original article is posted here.

IBBA seeks Executive Vice President
The Board of Directors of the International Brangus Breeders Association (IBBA) has initiated a search for the position of Executive Vice President (EVP). Dr. Darrell L. Wilkes, the current IBBA EVP has announced his plans to retire.

IBBA is headquartered in San Antonio, TX and serves members in the U.S. and several other countries. The association provides a complete suite of services typical of a full-service breed association.

Shiloh Hall, Brangus breeder from Oklahoma and current IBBA President, said “We are enjoying a strong upward trend in demand for Brangus and Ultrablack seedstock. We have experienced growth in membership and registrations. Our genetic trends are all strongly positive and our own research has proven that Brangus-sired feeder cattle can compete with the best cattle in the business in the feedlot and packing plant. We want this positive momentum to continue and seek applications from highly qualified candidates to lead IBBA’s professional staff and serve its members.” Interested persons should visit the IBBA website www.gobrangus.com to review the job description and the application process.

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