Oklahoma Beef Council Welcomes Boles, Callison to Board of DirectorsTue, 16 Nov 2021 15:13:54 CST
Producer leadership is key to the success of the Oklahoma Beef Council. It is important for beef farmers and ranchers to direct how their beef checkoff dollars are spent.
The two newest leaders from the beef community to serve OBC are Nikki Callison from Ada, Oklahoma, and Russel Boles from Watson, Oklahoma.
Russel Boles is a second-generation Oklahoma rancher who runs stocker cattle in southeastern Oklahoma near Watson, Oklahoma. He also sells feed additives for Consumers Supply. Boles and his wife, Tonya, have five kids. Boles fills one of the Oklahoma Cattlemen’s Association seat on the OBC board.
“I am honored to serve Oklahoma’s beef producers,” said Boles.
Nikki Callison and her husband Roger ranch in southern Oklahoma near Ada. They offer their beef direct to consumers through the Callison Ranch Beef brand. So, they are a part of each segment of the industry from the time the calf hits the ground until they place the beef in a consumer’s hands. Callison fills the Oklahoma Cattlewomen’s seat on the OBC board.
"I am honored to represent the Oklahoma Cattlewomen on the Beef Council Board,” said Callison. “I am excited to join the Board in serving all cattlemen & women in Oklahoma and promote our great industry in feeding families."
Thanks to Becca McMillan, Byron Yeoman and Clay Burtrum for their combined 24 years of service on the OBC board of directors. We appreciate their commitment to serving Oklahoma’s beef community.
Photo: Nikki Callison and Russel Boles.
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