CK6CONSULTING RECRUITS AMANDA RADKE FOR NEW ROLE

CK6 Consulting, established in 2008 as a service to assist Angus producers identify, leverage, and
execute marketing strategies for their genetic programs, is pleased to announce the recruitment of
Amanda Radke to the team.

Radke, alongside her husband, Tyler, and their four children, own Radke Land & Cattle in Mitchell,
South Dakota. In addition to her seedstock background, Radke brings 15 years of experience in agricultural communications, education, marketing, and agricultural policy. She’s a nationally-
known speaker, writer, and children’s book author, and she currently serves on the National Agricultural Campaign Advisory Council.

“At CK6, we want to surround ourselves with marketing talent who use it to serve and go to war for
our clients and the American producer,” said Chris Earl, founder of CK6 Consulting. “Amanda has
proven her worth to rural America, and we are blessed to welcome her to our team.”

In the new role, Radke will leverage her beef cattle industry experience to bring successful results
to the CK6 Consulting clients, joining Earl, Wes Tiemann, and Kody Fleeman in service to the
breeders and customers they work with.

“It’s long been my focus to fight for America’s farmers and ranchers — to protect their ability to be
stewards of the land and livestock,” said Radke. “I am honored to join the high-caliber team at CK6,
not only for the work they do, but because of the values they bring to the table in service to others.
I’m ready to hit the ground running as we continue this shared mission of ‘family helping families.'”
CK6 Consulting offers over 40 years of professional experience in the commercial, consumer, and
purebred Angus business to develop a business plan, deliver service, and execute a marketing
strategy to reach the goals of the owner. Consistent genetic research and selection as it relates to
the marketplace and the ability to meet its needs through superior genetics. CK6 proposes genetic
acquisitions, breeding strategy, and development of a current genetic base to help position
programs.

Watch Amanda’s Interview with Chris Earl here.