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Endsley named OFBF Director of Agricultural Law
The Ohio Farm Bureau Federation (OFBF) has named Chad Endsley director of agricultural law.
As director of agricultural law, Endsley will conduct public information meetings and seminars on key legal issues on behalf of Farm Bureau and other agricultural organizations. He will also work in cooperation with the legislative mission of the organization and testify at the Ohio Statehouse and regulatory agencies.
Endsley holds a bachelor’s degree in agriculture from the Ohio State University and a Juris Doctor from the Moritz College of Law. He most recently practiced law at the Columbus firm of Chester, Willcox & Saxbe in the areas of corporate law, agricultural law, real estate and estate planning. Endsley resides in Pickerington with his wife Katy and their daughter Caroline.
"Chad brings a wealth of agricultural and legal expertise to Ohio Farm Bureau,” said Keith Stimpert, OFBF senior vice president of public policy. “He will be an outstanding advocate for farmers across the Buckeye State.”
Ohio Farm Bureau is a 235,064-member organization working on legislation, regulations and issues affecting agriculture, rural areas and Ohio citizens in general. Members include farmers, food and wine enthusiasts, gardeners, animal lovers and anyone who enjoys rural Ohio.