Michael Hogue, longtime rancher from Steamboat Springs, CO, stepped into the role as president of Colorado Cattlemen’s Association (CCA) at the organization’s recent annual convention. One goal Hogue has for his presidency is continuing the evaluation and implementation of CCA’s new membership structure. He also wants to create more depth of leadership, primarily at the steering committee level. “We have several committees with vacant chair and co-chair seats and I want to fill them all this year,” Hogue said. He indicated he is also excited to continue pursuing CCA’s quest for a new home on the National Western Stock Show grounds in Denver. Hogue took the reins from outgoing CCA President Todd Inglee. Hogue has a diverse background throughout the agriculture sector. As a fourth-generation rancher in Routt County, Hogue has been involved for over 35 years with the association. — WLJ
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