WA Cattlemen's Association
New leader Hajny joins Washington Cattlemen's Association 'for the long haul'
Chelsea Hajny takes over as executive vice president of the Washington Cattlemen's Association on July 1.
She replaces Ashley House, who left to take a job with the Colorado Farm Bureau. House joined the association in August 2020.
"I have been an ag kid my entire life, growing up on the back of a horse and with cattle," Hajny told the Capital Press. "I truly believe there are no better people than ag people."
Hajny grew up on a cattle ranch in North Idaho and currently raises Black Angus.