OKlahoma Farm Bureau Delegates Re-Elect President Rodd Moesel Unanimously at the Group's 78th Annual MeetingSun, 10 Nov 2019 07:13:24 CST
The Oklahoma Farm Bureau held their 78th Annual Convention and Trade Show in downtown Oklahoma City over the weekend. On Saturday, Farm Bureau delegates re-elected Rodd Moesel as president of the organization for a second two-year term. During his Presidential Address ahead of the election, Moesel offered details of a just complete Strategic Plan for the genreal farm organization. The new Mission Statement for the group os "Supporting the Agriculture community to improve the lives of Oklahomans." Along with that Mission statement is the new Oklahoma Farm Bureau Vision- " To be the Champion for excellence and prosperity in the agriculture community through advocacy , education and policy development."
Moesel had no opposition in his re-election and a motion to close the nominations and elect him by acclimatiuon was approved unanimously by the delegates. Moesel operates a horticulture business, based in Oklahoma City.
After the Saturday afternoon session- Radio Oklahoma Ag Network Farm Director Ron Hays talked with Moesel about his first two years in review- and what he hopes to accomplish in his second term as President. You can hear that conversation by clicking on the LISTEN BAR below.
Members also re-elected three members to the state board of directors: David VonTungeln, Canadian County, District Three; James Fuser, Ottawa County, District Six; and Jim Meek, Okmulgee County, District Nine.
The OKFB Women’s Leadership Committee re-elected Cindy Schoenecke of Lincoln County to represent District Nine and elected Karen Dodson of Caddo County to represent District Three.
The OKFB Young Farmers and Ranchers Committee elected Nocona and Jordan Cook, Washita County, chair; Logan and Brittany Hukill, Caddo County, vice chair; Will and Leslie Lewis, secretary; Chris Hoskins, Rogers County, District Five; Dustin Ratliff, Noble County, District Eight; Cody and Kara Goodknight, Comanche County, at-large; and Austin Jackson, Payne County, at-large.
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