A Monroe City farmer has won re-election to a sixth full term as Missouri Farm Bureau’s Vice President.  Todd Hays will serve another two-year term as vice president, after winning the election conducted during Farm Bureau’s 107th Annual Meeting this week.  Hays was first elected vice president in 2010, and previously represented Northeast Missouri farmers on the board of directors, as well as chairman of the state’s Young Farmers and Ranchers committee.  His family operates a crop and livestock farm in Marion County, managing a 600-sow herd and finishing hogs for market.