Hays Secures Another Two-Year Term As MOFB Vice President

A Monroe City farmer has earned another two-year term as vice president of Missouri Farm Bureau.  Todd Hays won re-election at this week’s annual meeting in Osage Beach, having first been elected to the post in 2010.  Hays previously served on the Board of Directors as Northeast Missouri’s representative, as well as the Young Farmers and Ranchers chairman in 2003.  As vice president, Hays will continue to serve as chairman of Farm Bureau’s Resolutions and FARM PAC Review committees.

Hays’ fifth-generation family farm includes a 600-sow herd and hog-finishing operation, as well as row crops.  He’s also a former member of the Monroe City R-1 school board.