STEWART JOINS AMAA STAFF
AS NEW DIRECTOR OF YOUTH ACTIVITIES
PLATTE CITY, MO. – The American Maine-Anjou Association is pleased to announce the hiring of Devon Stewart as the new Director of Youth Activities and Special Events.
Devon Stewart is the 22-year-old daughter of Kent Stewart and Melissa Bergstrom. Raised as the fifth generation on her family’s ranch in Washington, Kan., Devon is no newcomer to the livestock industry. She has shown cattle since the age of seven, representing her family’s cow-calf operation alongside her older brother Derek and cousins Garrett, Brigham and Tucker. Devon served as the American Maine-Anjou Queen in 2007 and was also part of the 2009-2011 Hutchinson Community College livestock judging team.
Her family’s ranch, Mid Continent Farms, raises and sells show steers and breeding stock across the United States. MCF owns 1,200 head of cattle including purebred Maine-Anjou among other breeds and farms 1,500 acres of tillable ground.
Devon is a recent graduate of Kansas State University where she earned her Bachelors of Science degree in Agricultural Communications and Journalism. She enjoys traveling to different cattle shows, watching her brother steer wrestle on the professional level and attending Kansas State sporting events. Devon is extremely excited to once again, travel the country with the Junior Board representing the American Maine-Anjou Association.
The Maine-Anjou breed has long been recognized for its maternal values, performance and outstanding carcass traits. For more information, please contact the American Maine-Anjou Association at