Cheryl Domer grew up in Clark County raising grain, cattle and hogs on the family farm. Today she and her husband, Jeff, continue to farm in Clark County. Cheryl helps by doing the bookwork, hauling grain and working ground. They have three grown children: Don, Kyle and Amy, as well as six grandchildren. Their children have remained active on the farm in addition to having careers off the farm.
Cheryl’s favorite job is being “Nana,” but she also enjoys being involved with the Stepping Stones Child Conservation League, sewing, and 4-H by judging clothing projects for local counties. She is a retired 4-H advisor of 27 years where she served on several committees.
Cheryl has always been passionate about agriculture in Clark County and is serving her 11th year on the Clark County Farm Bureau board. She always enjoys the social events and getting to talk to different farmers in the county about agriculture.
Thank you, Cheryl, for your hard work and dedication to Farm Bureau.