Aaron’s last day with NAFB is Friday, September 19. He has accepted a United States Army Recruiter position in Bartlesville, Oklahoma.

Please help us welcome Kim Holland to the NAFB Team. Kim is familiar face to many members, as she has been our key contact at the Westin Crown Center for many years. Kim’s first day with NAFB will be Monday, September 15.

While NAFB business meetings in recent years have been short and void of controversy, that hasn't always been the case. Those of us who remember meetings in the 70's, 80's and 90's remember long, emotional debates with members standing in line at microphones waiting to speak. Many of those debates centered around membership qualifications but that was by no means a new topic of discussion. At the organization's very first meeting in 1944, the question of membership qualifications was discussed at length

Pam Jahnke (WOZN/Q106 Radio, Madison, WI) is on the cover of the July 10, 2014, issue of Isthmus magazine.  The feature’s front-page headline reads “Fabulous Farm Babe Pam Jahnke is a bold voice for Wisconsin agriculture.”

Market Rally host, Chip Flory, and Pro Farmer Editorial Director grew up on a typical 1980s-style diversified family farm in Oxford Junction in eastern Iowa. Chip was very active in 4-H.  He was an Iowa delegate to the National Congress, received the National Beef Award, served on the State 4-H Council and was a State Officer in 1982-83.  

 

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