Halford, James William - 2010
Hanson, Ellert Olaus &
Helmer Hartman - 1993
Hardy, Evan Alan - 1973
Harlton, George Ivan - 1993
Harrington, James Bishop - 1976
Harrison, Joseph Sinclair - 2009
Hart, Elsie Mable - 1979
Harvey, Bryan Laurence - 2006
Hass, Glenden William - 2005
Haupstein, Elvin Stefan - 2014
Heath, Joan - 2018
Heinrichs, David H. - 2000
Henry, James Leslie - 2004
Hewlett, Annie Elizabeth May - 1975
Heyer, Adolph - 1986
Hill, Alice Reber - 1988
Hobman, Clayton Glencairn - 2008
Hookenson, Clarence - 2019
Horkoff, Audrey Janice - 2009
Horner, William Harold - 1992
Howard, Thelma M. - 2012
Howe, Doug - 2018
Hull, Joseph Ernest - 1999
Hummel, Guy Hartsel - 1972
Passionate about breeding and marketing cattle, Doug Howe has been instrumental in developing the Charolais and Red Angus cattle breeds in Saskatchewan.
Doug’s dedication to the Charolais breed has led him to positions with Saskatchewan Charolais and the Canadian Charolais Board. In 1984, he became the first national president from Saskatchewan. That same year, his operation, White Cap Charolais, was named Charolais Breeder of the Year.
The success of White Cap Charolais was honoured again by the Canadian Charolais Association in 2009 with a 40-year plaque acknowledging Doug’s work to further the breed. He is the recipient of Honour Scrolls from both the Saskatchewan Charolais Association and the Canadian Charolais Association.
Doug’s dedication to cattle breeding is not limited to one breed. In 1988, he expanded his operation to include Red Angus females, and immersed himself in the promotion and development of the breed. With the female Red Angus, Doug developed Howe Red Angus, a name that is now recognized in both the seedstock and commercial sectors. Howe Red Angus live cattle, embryos and semen are not only marketed throughout Canada, but also in the United States and Australia. In 2011, he was recognized for his contributions with a Saskatchewan Livestock Association Scroll of Honour.
Doug has also served on the boards of the Livestock Services of Saskatchewan Corporation (LSS) and Canadian Western Agribition (CWA). As a member of the LSS board, Doug was involved in the transfer of Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture brand inspection services to the non-profit sector. As part of the CWA board from 1996 to 2001, he oversaw the beef and commercial committees, and contributed to the international committee and beef supreme program.
In addition to his passion for cattle marketing, Doug has a love of the equine industry and is past- president of the Saskatchewan Horse Federation. He trains and races his own horses and has served on a number of industry boards, including the Horse Benevolent Protection Society and the Canadian Thoroughbred Horse Society. In 2010, he was recognized for outstanding achievement in equine welfare leadership.
Sponsored for the Saskatchewan Agricultural Hall of Fame 2010 by the
Saskatchewan Horse Federation