The following is a press release from the Montana Farm Bureau Federation:
BILLINGS—Bob Hanson, a rancher from White Sulphur Springs, has been re-elected president of the Montana Farm Bureau Federation. Bruce Wright, a farmer from Bozeman, was re-elected as vice president of the state’s largest agricultural organization.
Harris Wheat, a cattle rancher from Dillon, was re-elected as District 2 Director; Ronda Johnston, a rancher from Melville, was re-elected as District 4 Director; Bill Rehbein, a rancher from Lambert was re-elected District 6 Director; Ed Bandel, a farmer from Floweree, was re-elected District 8 Director, and Sky Anderson, a rancher from Livingston, was re-elected District 10 Director.
Gretchen Schubert, a rancher from Huntley, was re-elected as the Montana Farm Bureau (MFB) Women’s Leadership Committee Chair.
Peter Taylor, a cattle rancher from Kirby, was re-elected as the MFBF Young Farmer and Rancher Committee chair.
More than 400 people attended the MFBF Convention at the Billings Hotel and Convention Center. The event started with the Hoofin’ It for Hunger 5K run, and concluded with the final delegate session Wednesday.
The Montana Farm Bureau is the state’s largest agriculture organization representing over 19,000 member families. Farm Bureau is the voice of agricultural producers at all levels.
Posted by Haylie Shipp