MSU Collegiate Stockgrowers Update

Montana State University Collegiate StockgrowersThe new semester at Montana State University brought a brand new officer team for Collegiate Stockgrowers. We are excited to announce the team and introduce you to each officer. Fresh ideas are rolling around and we are eager to take on the busy year.

Stepping into the President role is Kelsey Haughian, a junior studying Animal Science Livestock Industry and Management. With her younger twin brothers, she grew up on the family cow/calf ranch near Kinsey and her father was elected to the MSGA Board of Directors last year. Her hobbies include cat snap chats, sewing wild rags, and making forever memories. Taking on the Vice President office is Andrew Seleg. Andrew is a senior, majoring in Animal Science. He grew up on a cow/calf ranch near Rosebud, and served as the club treasurer last year.

Jeremiah Jansen is holding the Treasurer position. He is from a cow/calf operation by Lavina and majoring in Animal Science Livestock Management and Industry, with a Range Management minor. In his spare time, he enjoys cutting down trees, fixing fence, and working cattle. Filling the Historian office is Brittany Hansen, from a ranch by Ekalaka. She is a freshman, with an undecided major, but is interested in the medical field. She enjoys ice fishing, skiing, and playing basketball with friends.

There are two officers filling the College of Agriculture Student Council Representative positions. One is Sean Palmer from Culbertson. He is an Agriculture Education major, with a teaching option and minoring in Animal Science. Some of his favorite pastimes are spending time with his family and riding his dirt bike and snowmobile. The other representative is freshman John Manley. He grew up on a cattle ranch by Drummond and is majoring in Animal Science. He enjoys sports and team roping.

Three Forks native, Karoline Rose is the new Social Media Specialist. She is a senior, majoring in Animal Science with an Agriculture Business minor. In her free time, she enjoys working with the local 4-H members and going home to help her brother and father on the ranch.

That leaves me, Marni Wade, the club secretary. I’m a sophomore from Baker majoring in Business Management with a minor in Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management and an additional minor in Accounting. When not in school, I enjoy roping, beading, and fishing.

As with last semester, our meetings are on the second and fourth Wednesday of every month. If you are in Bozeman, feel free to stop by and don’t forget to check out our Facebook page!


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