39 CALF News • April | May 2022 • Learn More & Stay in Touch Gatherings Blast From the Past In September 1982 at the Colorado Cattle Feeder’s Association, a “Sellin’ Beef” advertising campaign was launched by Dr. Duane Flack, incoming association president, George Holder, Syntex vice president for marketing, Dr. Robert Hummel, Great Plains Chemical president (holding the sign), and Barbara Stevenson (now Jackson), Syntex national accounts coordinator.  With the theme, “Raising Kids Through Raising Cattle,” Wildorado, Texas, FFA held its fourth annual Angus production sale in March at Lonestar Stockyards. Located about 20 miles west of Amarillo, Wildorado chartered a new high school in 2016. With freedom to design their own FFA program, students and vo-ag teacher Cody Bonds started a seedstock outfit, Wildorado Cattle Co. It was formed with input from the Texas Angus Association, other breeders and local producers. Bonds says nearly 90 kids are involved, from junior high through seniors. They do everything from cleaning pens and processing, to AI and marketing duties.  Wildorado Cattle Co. Seen Around the Trade Show You never know who or what you will see at the annual trade show. Part of the crew from CALF News at the NCBA Trade Shows includes Brad Geiger, Larry Stalcup, Jess Ebert, Betty Jo Gigot and Lawren Coope. “You have courage, discipline and character to do the right thing, even if it hurts. That’s what’s sometimes missing at the federal and state level. “But it’s not missing in scouting.” Drummond later earned his law degree and got involved in several business ventures, along with remaining part of the family ranch heritage. He’s also a candidate for the job of Oklahoma Attorney General. What he learned in Boy Scouts should benefit him in all his fields, just like it does in the pastures of The Osage.  BOY SCOUTS Continued from page 33