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Carrie Muehling

  • Farm Foundation will host a trade conference, titled Agricultural Trade in a Time of Uncertainty, on April 30. The conference, the first hosted by Farm Foundation’s Food and Agricultural Trade Resource Center, is at the DoubleTree Hotel, Arlington, VA. Registration is open for the conference and can be completed online.
  • The American Farm Bureau Federation recently selected an outstanding group of young farmer and rancher leaders as the organization’s 10th Partners in Advocacy Leadership class. Members of PAL Class 10 are: Erika Archie, Texas; David Hafner, Florida; James Henderson, Colorado; Beth Hodge, New Hampshire; Jenny Holtermann, California; Sarah Ison, Ohio; Bryan Jones, Florida; Matthew McClanahan, Tennessee; Derek Orth, Wisconsin; and Kyle Wilson, Utah.
  • Nufarm is pleased to announce the hiring of Chris Bowley as customer and brand marketing manager for the crop protection company’s broadacre products.
  • FLM Harvest announces a partnership with The North Hill Group, a boutique consulting firm specializing in market access, government and regulatory affairs, to offer combined services to clients in the agriculture and food sectors.
  • The Conservation Technology Information Center welcomes its new Executive Director, Mike Komp.
  • Matt Lurkins is joining the GROWMARK Grain Division as Executive Director.
  • Ceres Imaging announced an expanded platform partnership agreement with The Climate Corporation, a subsidiary of Bayer, to further integrate the Ceres aerial imaging solution with the Climate FieldView™ platform, the industry’s leading digital agriculture platform.
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