The livestock industry remembers a legend, Chuck Lugbill

We want to say goodbye to a legendary livestock owner. Chuck Lugbill passed away in Ohio last week.

He began working in his family’s livestock business at the age of 12 and eventually became president and chairman of Lugbill Brothers, which included a livestock auction and supply store.

His accomplishments are too numerous to mention, but he was selected as Citizen of the Year in the 1980s and inducted into the Ag Hall of Fame in the ‘90s.

Chuck Lugbill will be buried Wednesday in his hometown of Archbold, Ohio.






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