Pete McClymont, executive vice president of Nebraska Cattlemen (courtesy of Nebraska Cattlemen)
LINCOLN — Pete McClymont, the executive vice president of the Nebraska Cattlemen, has announced his retirement.
During 25 years with the livestock organization, McClymont rose from serving on the board of directors, to becoming vice president of legislative affairs and, eventually, the top job, in 2013.
McClymont, a native of Holdrege, said that it has been an honor and privilege to work for the Cattlemen, serving beef cattle producers “who are the backbone of our state.”
The organization said McClymont’s retirement date is dependent on the hiring of a new executive vice president.
The Nebraska Cattlemen, which promotes beef and policies that aid beef producers, began with the Nebraska Stockgrowers in 1888. That organization merged with Nebraska Livestock Feeders Association and Nebraska Feedlot Council to form Nebraska Cattlemen in 1988.
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