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Roger Baker of Wooster has been re-elected District 8 trustee for the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation. During his fourth three-year term, he will help govern the state’s largest general farm organization and represent Farm Bureau members from Ashland, Medina, Summit and Wayne counties. His re-election took place during Ohio Farm Bureau’s 102nd annual meeting.
A 30-year member of Wayne County Farm Bureau, Baker has served as a county board trustee and chairman of the public policy committee and is a past vice president of the board. In 2001, he was an OFBF Discussion Meet finalist and participated in a trade mission to Europe in 2000. Baker is involved with other local agricultural leadership roles and community groups.
Baker graduated from Ohio State University Agricultural Technical Institute with an associate’s degree in agricultural business and agronomy. He and his wife, Diane, are parents of a daughter, and they raise hay and row crops and have a small beef cow herd.
The mission of Ohio Farm Bureau is to work together for Ohio farmers and to advance agriculture and strengthen communities. Visit ofbf.org to learn more.
This is a news release for use by journalists. Questions should be directed to Ty Higgins, 614-246-8231 or [email protected].
Editors: A high-resolution photo of Mr. Baker is available for download.
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