WNC Beef Cattle Commission honors champion

Waynesville cattleman Tony McGaha was honored recently by the WNC Beef Cattle Commission with the Happy Hollow Award for his efforts to promote and support the beef cattle industry.

The winner is selected by past recipients based on the person’s involvement with the WNC Beef Cattle Commission activities over the years. 

“We are pleased to be presenting this award to Tony McGaha in appreciation for his dedication to the beef industry. Over the past 30 years, Tony has worked diligently to improve the agriculture for the future and farm families not only in Haywood County but many other parts of N.C.,” said Neal Stamey, a cattleman from Haywood who nominated McGaha.

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