An “all time high” for local beef farmers

Central Hastings News
By Brett Mann 

The Beef Farmers of Hastings County held their annual general meeting in Tweed again this year. Sixty-five members and guests of the club, a branch of Beef Farmers of Ontario, gathered to enjoy a roast beef dinner followed by a “routine” business meeting. Secretary/Treasurer Glynda Moore reported that the board of directors gained a new second vice-president in Mark Grant but “the directors didn’t change.” Darrell Russett remains president with Darren Farrell as vice-president. Beef farmer Dale Grant continues as advisory councillor. President Russett discussed the history and goals of the organization.

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