- Safety Subcommittee (member)
Linda Nielsen and her husband, Mark, have owned and operated Glasgow Stockyards, Inc. in Glasgow, Montana, since 1992. They are also partners with their two sons in a family farming and ranching operation, where they grow small grains and raise cattle. The family also owns and operates Grains of Montana Restaurant and Grains of Montana Bakery in Billings, where they use products raised on their farm. Linda has been active in the cattle industry and in her community, serving as president of the Montana Association of Livestock Auction Markets, as energy chairman of Women Involved in Farm Economics, as secretary of Indian farmer/rancher organization, Fort Peck Reservation, as secretary/treasurer of Ethanol Producers and Consumers, and as vice chairman of the Montana Board of Livestock. She is a member of the Montana Stockgrowers Association, Montana Cattlemen's Association, R-CALF USA, and the National Cattlemen's Beef Association. Other boards on which Linda has served include the Valley County Extension Service Advisory Board, the Montana Employer Support of the National Guard and Reserve, and the SBA Regulatory Enforcement Fairness Board.