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N.D. stockmen group leader retiring

BISMARCK - Wade Moser, executive director of the North Dakota Stockmen's Association in Bismarck, is retiring at the end of the year. Moser said he wants to spend more time with his family and cattle herd. His 26-year tenure as state cattlemen's ...

BISMARCK - Wade Moser, executive director of the North Dakota Stockmen's Association in Bismarck, is retiring at the end of the year.

Moser said he wants to spend more time with his family and cattle herd.

His 26-year tenure as state cattlemen's association executive officer trails only that of his counterpart in Louisiana.

"Beef producers across the nation hold a deep respect for Wade Moser and his straightforward, common-sense approach to addressing the issues that affect our livelihood," said Mark Huseth, association president and McLeod rancher.

The association, which protects and promotes the state's beef cattle industry, is appointing a committee to search for Moser's successor.

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The goal is to interview candidates this fall and have a new executive vice president in place by Jan. 1, 2009.

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