American Farm Bureau’s Dale Moore Announces Retirement After 40 Years in Ag Industry

American Farm Bureau Executive Vice President, Dale Moore, has announced his retirement.

President Zippy Duvall commented on the announcement and said, “Dale has been a tireless advocate on behalf of farmers and ranchers throughout his career and has certainly contributed to American Farm Bureau’s strength over the past four years. He has become a trusted advisor to me and to many state farm bureau presidents and staff.

Dale contributed more than 40 years as an agriculture leader in Washington, D.C. and Duvall said he is pleased that Dale will help with the selection to fill his role.


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