The American Farm Bureau Federation state delegates re-elected Stallman, a cattle and rice producer from Columbus, Texas, to a fourth two-year term as president, and re-elected Steve Appel, a wheat and barley producer from Dusty, Wash., as vice president.
In addition, several state presidents were newly elected to the AFBF board of directors: Leland Hogan, Utah; Michael White, New Mexico; Scott VanderWal, South Dakota; Marshall Coyle, Kentucky; Lacy Upchurch, Tennessee; and Jerry Newby, Alabama.
Re-elected to the board were:
Midwest Region â€“ Steve Baccus, Kansas; Charles Kruse, Missouri; and Philip Nelson, Illinois.
Southern Region â€“ Bruce Hiatt, Virginia; Carl Loop, Florida; Stanley Reed, Arkansas; David Waide, Mississippi; and David Winkles, South Carolina.
Northeast Region â€“ John Lincoln, New York, and Earl â€œBuddyâ€ Hance, Maryland.
Western Region â€“ Barry Bushue, Oregon.
Jerry Barr of Madisonville, Tenn., became the new chairman of the AFBF Young Farmer and Rancher Committee, which also makes him a member of the AFBF board of directors.
Terry Gilbert of Kentucky continues to serve as chair of the AFB Womenâ€™s Committee and on the AFBF board of directors.
Re-elected to the Womenâ€™s Committee board of directors were Beth Poole, New Jersey; Frances Price, South Carolina; and Margene Harris, New Mexico. Newly elected to the board was Nancy Degnitz of Wisconsin.