The AgriBusiness Association of Kentucky has re-elected a quartet of members to serve on its board and also elected another four members to fill vacancies starting in January 2020.
Those re-elected to four-year terms were: Todd Conway, Westway Feed Products; Dave Case, Case Ag Consulting; Blake Harrison, Waterway Ag; and Eric Dickerson, Southern States Cooperative. Elected to four-year terms replacing current members were: Matthew Beddo, CHS and Mark Mattingly, FMC. Elected to serve out remaining one-year terms were Jeff Hawk, Warner Fertlizer and Julie Smyrichinsky, Central Farmers Supply.
“We are pleased this group has agreed to serve on the AgriBusiness Association of Kentucky Board,” said Tod Griffin, ABAK’s executive director. “We are fortunate to have strong leadership working on behalf of Kentucky’s agribusiness industry.”
The following officers were elected to serve one-year terms: President, Jeff Pendleton, Hallway Feeds; Vice President, Matthew Mattingly, Rosen’s; Treasurer, Greg Thomas, Nutrien Ag Solutions; and Conway as secretary.