Hill reelected Iowa Farm Bureau vice president
WEST DES MOINES, Iowa — Craig Hill of Milo was re-elected vice president of the Iowa Farm Bureau Federation at the organization’s annual meeting in Des Moines last week. County Farm Bureau delegates also re-elected three district directors to the state board. They include Doug Gronau of Vail, Joe Heinrich of Maquoketa and Calvin Rozenboom of Oskaloosa.
Hill raises hogs and grows row crops in Warren County. He was first elected to the board 1989 and was elected vice president in December 2001. He also is chairman of IFBF’s state resolutions committee. Hill and his wife, Patti, have two children.
Gronau grows row crops and hay in Crawford County. He represents District 4, which consists of 11 counties in western Iowa. He and his wife, Judy, have four children and three grandchildren.
Heinrich raises beef and dairy cattle and grows row crops and hay on his Jackson County farm. He represents District 6, which consists of 11 counties in eastern Iowa. He and his wife, Shelley, have two daughters.
Rozenboom raises hogs and cattle and grows crops in Mahaska County. He represents District 8, which consists of 10 counties in south central Iowa. He and his wife, Connie, have two daughters and six grandchildren.
The IFBF delegates also elected five members to represent Iowa at the 2011 American Farm Bureau Federation convention in Atlanta. They are Todd Kalkwarf of Butler County, Mark Buskohl of Grundy County, David Van Rheenen of Marion County, Karl Fox of Mitchell County and Jeff Tindle of Poweshiek County.
Buskohl was also elected to a three-year term on the IFBF internal study committee.