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Cammacks to represent South Dakota n leadership program

HURON, S.D. -- South Dakota ranchers Mary Ellen and Randy Cammack have joined the 2015 to '16 class of the Farmers Union Enterprise Couples Leadership Program.The Cammacks are third-...

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HURON, S.D. - South Dakota ranchers Mary Ellen and Randy Cammack have joined the 2015 to ’16 class of the Farmers Union Enterprise Couples Leadership Program.The Cammacks are third-
generation ranchers. They operate a cow-calf operation, Flying C Ranch, near Sturgis with their daughter, Shelby. Their other three grown children, Tyler Cammack, Loni Brown and Paige Komes, still have cattle on the ranch, but they have careers off the ranch. The Farmers Union Enterprise Couples Leadership Program provides training and hands-on experiences that enable couples to become knowledgeable leaders. Mary Ellen currently is one of three SDFU members representing the Farmers Union on the Beef Industry Council.

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