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Cattlemen’s Association pauses to salute accomplishments

The Carter County Cattlemen’s Association held its annual spring meeting and awards banquet on May 17,

Photo Contributed Award winners at the recent 2014 Carter County Cattlemen’s Association spring meeting and awards banquet were, standing, from left, Michael Williams, Kathy Williams, Dale Williams, 2014 Cow/Calf Producer of the Year; Charlotte Honeycutt, 2014 Directors Choice Award winner; Margaret Brown and Gary Brown, 2014 Stocker of the Year; and Amy Hoilman and Clint Hoilman, 2014 Young Producer of the Year. Seated are Fred Adams and Elaine Adams, 2014 Small Producer of the Year.

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Award winners at the recent 2014 Carter County Cattlemen’s Association spring meeting and awards banquet were, standing, from left, Michael Williams, Kathy Williams, Dale Williams, 2014 Cow/Calf Producer of the Year; Charlotte Honeycutt, 2014 Directors Choice Award winner; Margaret Brown and Gary Brown, 2014 Stocker of the Year; and Amy Hoilman and Clint Hoilman, 2014 Young Producer of the Year. Seated are Fred Adams and Elaine Adams, 2014 Small Producer of the Year.

saluting outstanding work in agriculture across Carter County.
Honored for their work were:
• Fred and Elaine Adams, named 2014 Small Producer of the Year;
• Clint and Amy Hoilman, selected 2014 Young Producer of the Year;
• Gary and Margaret Brown, who earned 2014 Stocker of the Year;
• Michael, Dale and Cathy Williams, who won 2014 Cow/Calf Producer of the Year; and
• Charlotte Honeycutt, who was presented the 2014 Directors Choice Award.
The CCCA spring meeting and awards banquet was

he Farm Animal Care Coalition of Tennessee, CCCA President Larry Crumley and George Campbell.

he Farm Animal Care Coalition of Tennessee, CCCA President Larry Crumley and George Campbell.

held at Sinking Creek Baptist Church. After a welcome by CCCA President Larry Crumley and the blessing of the meal by Greg Whitehead, pastor of Morgan Chapel Free Will Baptist Church, the guests enjoyed a steak dinner
The evening’s guest speaker was Lou Nave, executive director of the Farm Animal Care Coalition of Tennessee, who gave the association a look into the FACCT organization.
For more information about the Carter County Cattlemen’s Association, or to become a member, call 957-0928.