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Abrey, Neale - 1998
Adams, Nancy - 1980
Anderson, Boyd - 1987
Andrew, Barry - 2016
Appleby, Frank - 1975
Atkinson, Roy - 1990
Auld, Hedley - 1973
Austenson, Herman Milton - 1999

PortraitBarry Andrew

Barry Andrew, a grain and cattle producer from the Foxleigh district north of Regina was a founding member and director of Canadian Western Agribition. He served as president in 1980 and 1981 and played a key role in lobbying all levels of government for funding of buildings and for show promotion around the world.

Barry served as president of both the Saskatchewan and Canadian Shorthorn Associations. His Duncairn Shorthorns were promoted and sold across Canada and the U.S. for more than 40 years.

From 1982 to 1990, Barry was program director of the provincial Counselling and Assistance for Farmers program which was developed to assist producers struggling with high interest rates and difficult economic times.

Barry Andrew passed away in December, 2012.

 

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