Underwood farmer named president of ND Farm BureauBISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — An Underwood farmer has been named president of the North Dakota Farm Bureau.
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — An Underwood farmer has been named president of the North Dakota Farm Bureau.
Doyle Johannes (joh-HAN'-ess) was elected over the weekend during the organization's annual meeting in Minot. Johannes previously served as a Farm Bureau board member.
Johannes replaces Eric Aasmundstad (AHZ'-mund-stahd), who held the position for 12 years.
North Dakota Farm Bureau officials say the farm advocacy organization has more than 27,000 members.
Johannes and his wife, Patsy, have a diversified small grain and row crop farm near Underwood. They also operate a custom feedlot.
Wolford farmer Chris Brossart was elected to serve a two-year term as the group's vice president.