Winter Named North Dakota Stockmen's Association Top Hand

The North Dakota Stockmen’s Association (NDSA) awarded McKenzie County cattleman Keith Winter, a 49-year NDSA member, with the organization’s most prestigious award, the Top Hand Award, at the banquet during its annual convention in Watford City. The Top Hand Award recognizes Winter’s unselfish concern for the land, the country and the cattle industry. Winter joined the exclusive class of 26 ranchers who have received this elite award over the NDSA’s 94-year history when he accepted his bronze statue.

The lifelong rancher and longtime grazing association officer is a leading expert on federal lands issues and grazing and has been looked to by ranchers and state and federal lawmakers alike for his perspective and expertise in this area.


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