Jared Wareham Will Lead Top Dollar Angus

Missouri cattleman Jared Wareham to lead Top Dollar Angus program.
Missouri cattleman Jared Wareham to lead Top Dollar Angus program.
(Red Angus Association)

Top Dollar Angus Inc., a genetic certification and marketing company focused on the best Angus- and Red Angus-based feeder calves in the beef industry, is pleased to announce the hiring of Jared Wareham to lead the company as its general manager.

Wareham, who most recently served as the general manager of New Day Genetics, also authors a monthly column for Drovers, serves on the Missouri Farm Credit Service Board of Directors and previously taught high school biology and applied sciences in Osceola, Missouri. Additionally, Wareham and his father run a herd of seedstock and commercial cows near his home in Deepwater, MO.

“I am extremely excited for this opportunity to work alongside Tom Brink and be a part of the Top Dollar Angus team. I am very passionate about the beef industry and am eager to help build the Top Dollar Angus program. I look forward to cultivating Top Dollar Angus into an invaluable resource that assists cattlemen and women who have invested in genetically certified, value-added breeding stock by marketing their calf crops at premium prices.”

Tom Brink, RAAA CEO and founder of Top Dollar Angus, said, “The program has grown substantially during its first few years of operation and is well positioned to continue that growth in the years ahead. Jared is well equipped to bring fresh leadership to Top Dollar Angus. He knows the cattle business, is a great strategist and a very good marketer, which is just what our young company needs at this point in its development.”

In his spare time, Wareham enjoys spending time with his wife and three daughters, managing his cattle herd and staying fit.

Wareham will start with Top Dollar Angus in mid-May on a part-time basis and will assume the full-time role on June 1. He can be reached at jared@topdollarangus.com or (660) 492-2777.

 

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