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Brown Retires From the National Chicken Council

After serving for more than 13 years, Mike Brown has retired from his role as President of the National Chicken Council.

“We thank Mike for his hard work in building a strong foundation at NCC and for his years of work to promote the chicken industry in Washington, D.C.,” says NCC Chairman Ryan Day. “We are now turning our attention to conducting a nationwide search to choose the right person to lead this organization and this great industry into the next decade and beyond.”

Day also announced that the NCC Executive Committee has appointed Gary Kushner to serve as the interim president. Kushner recently retired after serving as NCC’s outside general counsel for more than 40 years. Prior to that, Kushner served as in-house legal counsel to what was then the American Meat Institute. “NCC has a fantastic team that is laser-focused on advocating for America’s chicken producers,” Kushner says.

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