What’s next for American Farm Bureau’s Young Farmers and Ranchers after their convention?

American Farm Bureau’s Young Farmers and Ranchers are wasting no time in enhancing their program and members.

As the American Farm Bureau Convention wraps, members still have a lot to look forward to this year.

The Chair of the Young Farmers and Ranchers shares what is next.

“So the next place we hope to get together is in March in Omaha, Nebraska for our Leadership Conference, and we are really excited about that. We have some great break-out activities, we have some great rooms, great keynote speakers. A highlight is we’re going to be doing a 90s country dance night, so we’re really looking forward to that and really hoping to see you all there,” said Matt Fimon.

The Farm Bureau’s Young Farmers and Ranchers program helps grow and develop producers ages 18 to 35 and expand their opportunities and leadership experience.

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