It’s about focusing on things that matter now in order to build a better future, say these young leaders
By Alexis Kienlen, Alberta Farm Express
Young producers are coming to the Alberta Beef Producers’ table — and they’re bringing their ideas and passions with them.
Kaylee Chizawsky is one of them.
The fourth-generation cattle farmer is one of a number of younger people serving as a delegate or board member for the five-decade-old organization. It’s important that her generation “advocate for our industry,” said the 26-year-old.
“We are going to be the future of beef and will be taking over our family operations,” said Chizawsky, a territory manager for Zoetis who splits her time between Edmonton and her family’s ranch in Vegreville.
“We come with new ideas, and it is our livelihood, so it is our job to protect it and stand behind it. I think it’s important for me to advocate for the industry because I 100 per cent stand behind how we raise our animals.
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