In November 1960, a group of Louisiana businessmen joined together with a common interest to form the Louisiana Angus Association. The purpose of this organization is to encourage and extend the influence of Angus cattle; to educate, promote and encourage the breeding and development of better and higher quality Angus cattle; and to promote the interest of membership by creating better trade and sale opportunities.
Louisiana Angus Association Officers and Board Members
Louisiana Angus Association Board
These men and women were elected to serve on the Louisiana Angus Association board of directors and are pictured at the 2014 Louisiana Angus Association Annual Meeting and Banquet, March 7 in Lecompte, LA. Pictured seated front row from left are Lee Robins, Dubach, President; Lana Myers, Jennings, Vice President; Ray Gendron, Baton Rouge, Secretary; and Dale Schexnayder, Port Allen, Treasurer. Directors standing back row from left are Drew Hall, Ethel; Dave Means III, Gloster; Warren Bryan, Ruston; Greg Tate, Ville Platte; Edward Hymel, Vacherie; David Billingsley, Keithville; Kevin Windham, Jena; and Chuck Evans, Cut Off. Photo by Richard Dyar.
Board Members Terms 2012-2015
Board Members Terms 2013-2016
Board Members Terms 2014-2017
2013 Family of the Year
The Gisclair family, Flying G Ranch, Longville, was named Family of the Year. Pictured from left are Cheyenne Jones, Louisiana Angus Association Queen; Lee Robbins, Louisiana Angus Association President, presenting; Luke, Bridgett, Corey, and Lily Gisclair; and Olivia Shepherd, Louisiana Angus Association Princess.
2013 Breeder of the Year
David Billingsley, Keithville, LA, was awarded Breeder of the Year, Pictured from left are Cheyenne Jones, Louisiana Angus Association Queen; David Billingsley, Recipient; Lee Robbins, Louisiana Angus Association President, presenting; and Olivia Shepherd, Louisiana Angus Association Princess.