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The Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association, Ft. Worth, TX, names Eldon J. White as Exec VP.

White was the Exec VP of the National Agri-Marketing
Association (NAMA), Overland Park, KS, serving the association since 1991.

During White's career he has held various management positions with the National Cattlemen's Beef Association, American Sheep Producers Council and the American Sheep Industry Association.

Dr. Thomas L. Jensen joins the staff of the International Plant Nutrition Institute (IPNI) as Northern Great Plains Reg'l Dir. He will be based in the Saskatoon, SK, office of the Institute, with responsibility for agronomic programs of the organization in the provinces of Alberta, Manitoba, and Saskatchewan, plus the states of Montana and North Dakota. He most recently was with Agrium.

Dr. Adrian M. Johnston, who has served as Director of the Northern Great Plains Region for the past several years, is promoted to VP, Asia Group, and has responsibility for IPNI programs in China, India, and Southeast Asia. He is also based in Saskatoon.

The California Department of Food & Agriculture (CDFA) announces the results of the Continuation Referendum for the California Pistachio Commission (CPC) stating the California pistachio producers did not achieve the required vote to continue the CPC.

This is the first check-off program to be voted out of existence by its participants.

The referendum results showed that 61% of the producers voted in the referendum and of those voting, 66% of the producers, representing 41% of the voted volume, voted to continue the CPC. This vote fell short of the requirement that for the CPC to continue, at least 65% of the producers, must vote in favor.

The Western Pistachio Association's (WPA) Board of Directors expressed its concern about the void in leadership created by the termination of the CPC stating its commitment to help fill this void.

The Cattlemen's Beef Board (CBB) names Tom Ramey CEO. He will replace Monte Reese, who retires after 17 years of service to CBB.

Ramey has served as CBB's CFO for 13 years. Prior to his work for CBB, Ramey was an Audit Mgr with a major accounting firm and was Dir of Operations and Dir of worldwide internal audit for an international software company.

Tom Hance joins Gordley Associates, Washington, D.C., where he will provide government relations services for the American Soybean Association (ASA).

Most recently, Hance served as the Federal Policy Dir and head of the Maryland Governor's Washington Office. Prior to that, he served as Chief of Staff for U.S. Representative Virgil Goode Jr. (R-VA).

His responsibilities for ASA will include biodiesel, conservation, and transportation.

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