Anderson Appointed to ND Livestock Alliance
Posted: Jan 06 2022
Amber Anderson of Williston, North Dakota has been appointed to represent the Northern Pulse Growers Association on the ND Livestock Alliance board of directors (NDLA).
Anderson, her husband Beau, and four young children farm and ranch in Northwestern North Dakota. They utilize multiple regenerative ag practices such as crop rotation with diversified crop species including small grains, pulse crops and corn; cover crops and rotation grazing to improve soil health and overall production of crop and cattle.
The Andersons’ have been NPGA members for more than 15 years. “We support the positive changes and voice they bring to the ag industry—whether it be in the form of legislation, nutrition (human and animal) crop science or plant breeding,” stated Anderson.
The ND Livestock Alliance’s mission is to support, enhance and promote animal agriculture in North Dakota. In addition to the Northern Pulse Growers Association, partners include the ND Soybean Council, ND Corn Council, ND Pork Council, ND Ethanol Council, ND Farmers Union and Midwest Dairy.
“I have a passion for learning and educating and see the NDLA as a bridge between livestock sectors, agribusinesses, and special interest groups within North Dakota.
For more information on the ND Livestock Alliance, visit their website here