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Chad Kremer, Custer, S.D., is the new director at large for the National Bison Association.

February 26, 2020

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forward-facing bison in feedlot
RAISING BISON: A pen of bison are fed in North Dakota feedlot. South Dakota bison rancher Chad Kremer has been elected the new director at large for the National Bison Association. Luann Dart

Chad Kremer, Custer, S.D., was recently elected as the National Bison Association’s new director at large. Kremer is the bison herd manager at Custer State Park. He and his wife, Suzi, also own and operate Kremer Buffalo Co. near Keystone, S.D.

Donnis Baggett, Bryan, Texas, was elected as the NBA’s new president for the coming year. Baggett and his wife, Beverly Brown, own and operate Lucky B Bison Ranch. He replaces Dick Gehring of Moundridge, Kan., who will serve as immediate past president under the association's term-limit policy.

Alan Douglas, Atherton, Calif., was elected vice president. Douglas's bison ranching operation is in eastern Oregon.

Joe Graham, Marlow, Okla., was elected as secretary treasurer.

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