- Position2nd Vice President
Jim Steinbeisser was elected to the MSGA Board of Directors as 2nd Vice President in 2016. He previously served as a Director representing the Northeast District
Steinbeisser, along with his two brothers and one cousin, owns and operates VS Inc., a diversified farm raising several cash crops, feed for their feedlot, and wintering their cows. His father and uncle still participate on this family operation. The ranch where Steinbeisser lives is west of Sidney, while the farm and feedlot are located south of Sidney. Steinbeisser has been involved with the family operation full-time for 30 years. Steinbeisser and his wife, May Ann, have three children: Corbin (7), Liam (6), and Claire (5).
Steinbeisser is currently the chair of the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA)/Cattlemen’s Beef Board Joint Taste subcommittee and also serves on the Joint Evaluation Advisory Committee. He previously served as vice chair on the Joint Public Opinion & Issues Management Group. He previously chaired NCBA’s Information Committee and Issues Management Subcommittee. Steinbeisser served as president of the Montana Beef Council in 2010 and 2011. He was a director of the Montana Farm Bureau from 1990 to 1996, president of Mondak Stockgrowers from 2007 to 2010, past president of Richland County Farm Bureau, and president of Sidney Area Chamber of Commerce and Ag in 2002 and 2003. Steinbeisser is also the past president of Sidney FFA Alumni, past member of St. Matthew’s Finance Council, and current director of the Foundation for Community Care.