SACRAMENTO — Billy Flournoy, a fourth-generation cattleman from Likely, Calif., was recently elected the new president of the California Cattlemen’s Association.
Flournoy, who operates Likely Land and Livestock Co. with his wife, Athena, in northeastern California, replaces Tim Koopmann, a Sunol, Calif., rancher. He will serve for two years.
Other new officers include first vice president Dave Daley of Oroville; second vice presidents Jack Lavers of Glennville and Mark Lacey of Independence; and treasurer Rob Von Der Lieth of Copperopolis, according to a news release.
Continuing to serve their terms in office are second vice president Rich Ross of Lincoln, feeder council chair Bill Brandenberg of El Centro and feeder council vice chair Mike Smith of Selma.