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Michael Boyert of Seville was re-elected Northeast regional trustee for Ohio Farm Bureau Federation, the state’s largest general farm organization. His re-election took place Dec. 7 during Ohio Farm Bureau’s 100th annual meeting. He will represent the interests of members in 20 northeast Ohio counties.
Boyert has been involved with Farm Bureau for 38 years, and has served in every board position for Medina County Farm Bureau. He also has been on Ohio Farm Bureau’s policy development committee and code of regulations committee.
He and his wife, Patti, have a row crop and cattle operation as well as a greenhouse and nursery that they operate with their children Jacob, Rebecca and Clayton. He and Patti were Ohio Farm Bureau’s Outstanding Young Farm Couple and honored as Friends of Medina County 4-H. They conduct numerous farm tours for schools and the public, hosting up to 10,000 visitors per year.
Boyert serves on the Farm Credit Mid-America Advisory Committee and previously was on the Medina County OSU Extension Advisory Committee and Soil and Water Conservation District Advisory Committee. He is a member of AmericanHort and is an Ohio State University graduate with a bachelor’s degree in animal science. The Boyerts attend St. Paul’s Lutheran Church and have six children.
Ohio Farm Bureau’s mission is working together with Ohio farmers to advance agriculture and strengthen the state’s communities. Learn more at ofbf.org.
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