Bowman recognized for years of service

He was honored during the North Dakota Stockmen's Association's recent convention in Bismarck.

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The North Dakota Stockmen’s Association recognized Jeff Bowman of Montpelier, North Dakota, during the group's recent convention in Bismarck.

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Bowman was recognized for 10 years of service to the NDSA as a full-time brand inspector.

Bowman currently works as the inspector-in-charge at Aberdeen Livestock and Hub City Livestock, both in Aberdeen, South Dakota, and Sisseton Livestock in Sisseton, South Dakota. He previously worked as the inspector-in-charge at Wishek Livestock Sales in Wishek and Edgeley Livestock and assisted at Napoleon Livestock in Napoleon, all in North Dakota.

Bowman was hired as a full-time inspector in 2005, took a brief break to focus on his ranch and returned to the association to serve cattle producers in 2016. He has a son, Ben (Haley), and a granddaughter.

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