After defending our country through service, these Veteran lawmakers now advocate for ag policy in Congress

In celebration of Veteran’s Day, RFD-TV wants to honor some of America’s lawmakers who served our nation and now advocate for critical agricultural legislation as members of Congress.

In celebration of Veteran’s Day, we want to honor some of our agriculture lawmakers who served our nation.

Representative Mike Bost out of Illinois served in the Marine Corps.

Representative Jim Baird from Indiana was in the Army.

Representative Zach Nunn out of Iowa served our nation in the Air Force.

All three of these men are current members of the House Ag Committee. We appreciate what they do now for our industry, but most importantly what they did for our country.

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