Denver – The tremendous growth of the Red Angus breed in recent years has created the need for additional staff to keep up with the demands of increasing registrations, member requests and data management. To accommodate the Red Angus membership, the Red Angus Association of America has added Nolan Woodruff, a native of Ventura, California, to the RAAA staff as a REDSPro and registry specialist.
Woodruff, a 2017 graduate of the University of Wyoming, has extensive background in beef cattle production through his experiences working for B Slash Ranch near Frannie, Wyoming, where he assisted with herd management. A 4-H and FFA alumnus, he carried those experiences to college where he was a member of the 2016 University of Wyoming Livestock Judging Team, as well as the head coach of the 2017 Albany County 4-H Livestock Judging Team.
“I am very excited to join the Red Angus team and work to advance the awareness of this important breed. I look forward to growing in knowledge and experience in this position and I appreciate the opportunity to work for Red Angus breeders and RAAA members.”
Tom Brink, RAAA CEO, is enthusiastic about Woodruff joining the team and said, “We are pleased to welcome Nolan to the Red Angus staff. He has ranch experience and a good understanding of both the cattle seedstock and commercial segments of the business. Add to that a positive attitude, willingness to learn and a favorable customer service orientation, and we know he will quickly become a positive contributor to our team."
Woodruff began his duties in early January and can be reached at email@example.com or (940) 387-3502 ext. 9.