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Greg Wells of Chillicothe has been elected to his first, three-year term on the board of trustees of Ohio Farm Bureau Federation. He represents the interests of Farm Bureau members from Athens, Belmont, Coshocton, Fairfield, Gallia, Guernsey, Hocking, Holmes, Jackson, Knox, Lawrence, Licking, Meigs, Monroe, Morgan, Muskingum, Noble, Perry, Pickaway, Pike, Ross, Scioto, Vinton and Washington counties as the southeast regional trustee. His election took place during Ohio Farm Bureau’s 105th annual meeting, Dec. 7-8 in Columbus.
Wells, along with his wife, Joy, have two children. Greg works with his dad and brother to raise a registered Angus beef herd and they have a row crop operation.
A long-time member of Ross County Farm Bureau, Wells has been an active member of the board at the county level, serving for seven years, with six of them as vice president. He has also been active with Ohio Farm Bureau advocacy efforts, twice attending the annual Washington, D.C. County Presidents’ Trip and Ag Day at the Capital for multiple years.
With a professional engineer’s license, Wells has focused on civil and conservation engineering work for 21 years. He is a graduate of The Ohio State University’s Department of Food, Agricultural and Biological Engineering.
Ohio Farm Bureau’s mission is working together for Ohio farmers to advance agriculture and strengthen our communities. Learn more at ohiofarmbureau.org.
This is a news release for use by journalists. Questions should be directed to Ty Higgins, 614-246-8231 or [email protected].
Editors: A photo of Mr. Wells is available to accompany this story.
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