2023 NCBA Federation Division Chair
Clark Price is the owner/operator of a commercial cow herd as well as stocker cattle in Hensler, North Dakota. He also operates a small feedyard along with his son, Brennan. They also raise corn, soybeans and wheat on their irrigated and dryland farm.
Price, along with his wife, Milissa, own and operate two agricultural retail stores - River Ag in Washburn, North Dakota, and Mid State Ag in McClusky. The two stores sell seed products and livestock vaccines as well as other livestock supplies. Price attended North Dakota State University where he majored in animal science.
Price is a fourth-generation rancher with many family members involved in ranching and farming. His great grandfather immigrated to central North Dakota in the late 1800s where he started raising Hereford cattle along the Missouri River.
Price has been involved with many local and national organizations over the years. During his term on the ND Beef Commission, he served as chairman from 2012 to 2016. Price served on many Beef Promotion Operating Committees (BPOC) such as Freedom to Operate, Consumer Trust and was co-chair of Export Growth committee. He also served the North Dakota Corn Growers Association, National Corn Growers Association Market Development Action Team and the National Agricultural Genotyping Center. He and his wife have two boys, Brennan and Masson, and two grandchildren.