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MacFarlane, John Duncan -1979
MacKay, Angus - 1973
MacKay, Murdoch - 1994
Maharg, John Archibald - 1977
Mainil, Arthur Armond (Art) - 2017
Martynse, Henry - 2005
McArthur, Neil - 1985
McConnell, Lillian Vigrass - 2001
McGillivray, Murray Ross - 2015
McKenzie, Roy - 1994
McKercher, Robert (Bob) - 2017
McMillan, Ivan - 1996
McNamee, Louis P. - 1972
McNaughton, Violet - 1972
McPhail, Hugh Duncan - 1999
McPhail, Alexander James - 1972
McRorie, Howard Douglas - 1995
Melville-Ness, Thomas Robertson - 1979
Mendel, Fred S. - 1990
Miller, William - 1975
Mitchell, Charles Stuart - 1986
Mitchell, John - 1973
Montgomery, Dale Kenneth - 2014
Morken, W.G. "Bud" - 1997
Morrall, Robin - 2016
Morris, George Henry - 1977
Moss, Harold Charles - 1991
Mossing, Oscar Johan - 2006
Motherwell, William Richard - 1972

Portrait Murray Ross McGillivray

Murray McGillivray has served the agriculture industry of Saskatchewan and the cattle sector in particular all the while leading by example from his own ranch.

Born and educated at Weyburn, Murray runs McGillivray Cattle Company near Radville. His ranch was the recipient of The Environmental Stewardship Award (TESA) in 2002. The award recognizes excellence in environmental stewardship in the ranching industry and honours innovative and successful approaches to environmentally and economically sustainable cattle production.

Murray has come to be viewed as a ?senator? of the cattle sector with industry and government seeking his advice and wise counsel. He foresaw the need for industry involvement and investment in the future of the cattle industry, particularly in research.

Murray is a past president of the Saskatchewan Stock Growers? Association and the Canadian Maine Anjou Association. He has chaired the PFRA Pasture Transition Committee and is a member of the Western Beef Development Centre?s Strategic Advisory Committee. In all endeavors, he is highly regarded for his integrity and honesty.

He has been a member of the Southern Crown Land Conservation Committee, which provides a forum to discuss land stewardship and resolve potential issues.

From 2008 until 2014, he served as vice-chairperson of the Agri-Food Council. His six years of service were highlighted by a number of achievements including the establishment of the Saskatchewan Cattlemen?s Association. Murray?s time on the council also saw the establishment of SaskMilk and the Saskatchewan Wheat and Barley Commissions. His wisdom and experience contributed to the council?s successes and the success of the 20 agri-food agencies the council supervises.

Nominated by the Saskatchewan Cattle Feeders Association, Murray was inducted into the Saskatchewan Beef Industry Hall of Fame in 2010.

Well respected in the cattle industry and beyond, it has always been Murray McGillivray?s aim to move the entire cattle industry to new levels of profitability and sustainability.

Sponsored for induction to the
Saskatchewan Agricultural Hall of Fame in 2015 by:
Saskatchewan Stock Growrers Association
Saskatchewan Cattlemen?s Associations
Western Beef Development Centre

 

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