Johnson elected IFBF president
Calhoun County farmer Brent Johnson was elected as the 14th president of the Iowa Farm Bureau Federation (IFBF) last week at the IFBF annual meeting in Des Moines. He succeeds Craig Hill, who is retiring after four decades of Farm Bureau leadership, including the last 10 years as president.
“Being selected by our members to serve as president of the Iowa Farm Bureau is a tremendous honor, and I look forward to working with our statewide membership to continue the advancement of Iowa agriculture,” said Johnson, who previously served as IFBF District 4 director beginning in 2016. “Leading the state’s preeminent grassroots farm...
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