Bradfield Evans

Bradfield Evans - Director

Central Region

Mr. Evans resides in Hope Hull, Alabama. He and his wife, Kathleen, have two children. Mr. Evans has been raising cattle since 2010 and has been a full-time seedstock cattleman since 2015. He and his family operate CK Cattle, a Lowndes County-based farming operation encompassing 3,100 acres of owned and leased pastureland. The cattle operation includes a base herd of approximately 700 registered Angus, Chiangus, and SimAngus cows. The farm markets over 250 bulls each year. They also grow 200 acres of corn silage and 400 acres of Bermuda hay. Mr. Evans serves on the board and is the immediate past president of the Lowndes County Cattlemen’s Association (beef promotion) and chair of Dallas/Lowndes FSA County Committee (USDA Programs). He also serves on the boards of the Alabama Farmers Federation for Lowndes County (agricultural federation) and Alabama Ag Credit, ACA (agricultural credit and related services). In addition, he is a member of the Southeastern Livestock Exposition. Mr. Evans formerly served as state chair of the Alabama Cattlemen’s Association Young Cattlemen’s Leadership Program Council and has participated as Alabama’s delegate to NBCA’s Young Cattlemen’s Conference (2018). He is a graduate of Auburn University with a Bachelor of Science in Fisheries Management. Mr. Evans is chairman of the deacons at Hayneville Baptist Church and teaches a third- through sixth‐grade boys Sunday school class.

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