Jessamine County’s Charles Miller was among five people inducted into the Kentucky Cattlemen’s Association (KCA) Hall of Fame at this year’s KCA Convention and Trade Show that took place Jan. 10-12 in Lexington.
Miller was nominated by Ron Ray, Jessamine County Cattlemen’s Association president.
“The Jessamine County Cattlemen’s Association proudly endorses Charles because of his dedication to the beef cattle industry here in Jessamine County,” Ray said.
Miller owns and operates a cattle backgrounding operation, works for a local real-estate auction company and volunteers his spare time to numerous organizations. He has been active at the local, state and national level, promoting beef and the agriculture industry to all he meets.
He has served as president for the Jessamine County Cattlemen’s Association as well as the Kentucky Cattlemen’s Association in 2000. He was chairman of the Kentucky Beef Network and worked for many years at the national level as a volunteer for the Cattlemen’s Beef Board.
Miller has been married for 47 years to wife Judy Miller has one child and three grandchildren.
KCA is an organization representing the state’s livestock industry on legislative, regulatory and industry issues at both the state and federal levels. The KCA Hall of Fame is designed to honor members of the organization who have given time, service, and talent to the betterment of the association at the county and/or state levels.