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ILLINOIS BREEDER ELECTED TO LEAD RED ANGUS ASSOCIATION

Steve Andras, Manchester, Ill., is the newly elected President of the Red Angus Association of America. He has served the RAAA as 1st Vice President for two years. In addition, he has served four years on the Executive Committee. He has served on many other national committees, such as the Finance Committee, Show/Sale Committee, as well as the Strategic Planning Committee. He and his family breed Red Angus cattle in Manchester, where the Andras family has farmed since the 1830s.

Andras Stock Farm is a family operation. In partnership with Will, his son, Steve runs about 250 head of purebred cows, comprised of nearly 90 percent Red Angus; the remaining are small herds of registered Angus and Polled Hereford. Andras Stock Farm utilizes extensive A.I., E.T. and ultrasound.

Steve is a Deacon and adult Sunday School teacher at Manchester Baptist Church. He holds a degree in Animal Science from Southern Illinois University. He has served on the Farm Bureau board of directors, served on the ASCS Soil, Water and Conservation Committee, served on and was president of the school board, was actively involved with 4-H, and served on several state and local cattlemen's organizations. Steve and Theresa Andras have been married for 37 years and have three children and three grandchildren.

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