Borck named to Kansas Bioscience Authority

Kansas Governor Sam Brownback has named Lee Borck to the Kansas Bioscience Authority.

Borck earned his bachelor’s degree in agriculture economics at Kansas State University in 1970. He is chairman of Innovative Livestock Services and of the Beef Marketing Group Cooperative. In 2011, Borck was named to Ingram’s “50 Kansans You Should Know” and was elected into the “Cattle Feeders Hall of Fame”.

Borck’s appointment must be confirmed by the Kansas Senate. He succeeds authority member John Carlin.