For Immediate Release
November 30, 2012
COLUMBUS, Ohio (OFBF) – Paul Davidson of Newark has been re-elected to the board of trustees of the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation (OFBF). As District 12 trustee he will represent the interests of OFBF members in Coshocton, Holmes, Knox and Licking counties and provide governance to the state’s largest and most inclusive agricultural organization.
Davidson first joined the board in May 2011, when he was elected to fill an unexpired term. He now enters his first full three year term.
Davidson is a 37-year member of the Licking County Farm Bureau, having served as its president, and has been involved in membership, public policy and other county activities. He produces hay and is a project manager for a local excavating company. Davidson is associate vice president of the Buckeye Valley Building Industries Association. He formerly served on the 17th district Natural Resource Assistance Council of the Clean Ohio Fund, is a 4-H adviser and member of FFA Alumni. He also is active with several antique tractor clubs. Davidson graduated from Ohio State University with a degree in agricultural economics and rural sociology.
Davidson was re-elected during the 94th annual meeting of OFBF, held Nov. 28-30 in Columbus. During the meeting, Farm Bureau delegates established policy on a variety of agricultural, environmental, economic and social issues.
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