We would like to take the time on Tuesdays to introduce you to our trustees! While our trustees are busy with their jobs and families, they still manage to find time to do great work for Farm Bureau and we appreciate all that they continue to do for their respective county! We value these members and their many hours contributed to making Farm Bureau great! 

This week we would like to introduce you to Sally Baker. 

Where did you grow up?

  • Lebanon, OH

How long have you been a Farm Bureau member?

  • Just recently joined

How long have you been a trustee?

  • Was elected in the fall.

What is your agriculture background?

  • I have been around farming all of my life. My great-grandfather and grandfather were farmers, and my father had a degree in agriculture. I have also been involved with 4-H for over 14 years.

What is your current job title?

  • I am currently an investigator for Warren County Child Support.

What activities have you participated in with Farm Bureau?

  • Since I just joined the board I have not been able to get my feet wet yet. I am looking forward to 2019. I’m hoping to get more involved with events and help with the Farm Bureau booth at our local fair.

What is one interesting fact about yourself?

  • I raise chickens for 4-H kids to help them get into 4-H. I supply them with the chicks and all supplies for free. My goal is to get as many kids involved with 4-H as I can.

 

As a member of Farm Bureau, I am glad that this organization takes action when necessary to protect and advance agriculture.
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