2020 Election Results

Three farmer-members were elected to Harvest Land’s Board of Directors through a member election, and those results were announced earlier this week at our annual meeting. Only one of the three is a returning board member, while the other two replace retiring directors, Steve Hill and Lloyd Lee.

 

District 1: Doug Brumfield

1_Doug Brumfield_DirDoug is 55 years old and resides in the Winchester, Indiana area.  Doug and his wife,
Judy, have two children, Ben and Rachel.  Doug has been farming for 25 years and farms 1,100 acres. Doug attended Union City Community High School and Purdue University,
graduating with a degree in Agriculture Economics.  Doug is a graduate of CountryMark Management training and has 13 years grain merchandising experience.

 

District 2: Adam Schwering

SchweringAdam is 35 years old and has resided at his rural Rushville, Indiana address for eleven years.  Adam and his wife, Jenna, have a daughter (7) and son (2).  Adam has been farming for 15 years and farms 1,800 acres. He also operates a wean to finish barn in partnership with his brother. Adam graduated from Rushville Consolidated High School and went on to obtain a Bachelor of Science degree from Purdue University, majoring in Farm Management. We are excited to welcome Adam to the Board and look forward to the insight he’ll provide as a young farmer.

 

District 3: Tom MyersTom Myers

Tom is 56 years old and has resided at his rural Miami County address for 36 years. He
and his wife, Alice, have two sons and one daughter, all of which are married, and also three grandchildren. Tom has been farming for 39 years and farms in Concord and Newton Townships of Miami County. Tom is a new addition to the board and we’re so pleased that he will represent such a strong part of our trade territory.

 

 

Harvest Land is very fortunate to have such outstanding farmer-members serve on our Board, representing all areas of our territory. We look forward to 2020 and the advancements we can make with such leadership.

 

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Board of Directors Election Results

At our Annual Meeting in January the results of our Board of Directors election were announced. Bios and ballots for each district were in the annual report packets so each farmer-member could vote in their respective district.

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Here are the farmer-members who were elected to the Harvest Land board in 2018:

Rendell Miller_DirectorDistrict 1: Rendell Miller

Rendell, who is new to our Board, is 49 years old and has lived at his current Decatur, Indiana address for 24 years.  He and his wife, Monica, have two children, Michaela and Cole. Rendell grew up in a farm family and started his own agricultural career at age 18. He’s currently farming 700 acres. While farming, for twelve years Rendell owned and operated an independent auto repair shop. He has retired from Miller Automotive to transition to full-time farming. Rendell is graduate of Adams Central High School, as well as Northwestern Ohio Auto Diesel school where he obtained his Associates degree.

 


District 2: Bob NewhouseNewhouse_Dir

Bob is 61 years old and has lived at his Rushville, Indiana homestead for 40 years. He and his wife, Lisa, have raised three children, Natalie, Benjamin and Ross. Bob farms 1,050 acres and has been farming for 43 years. Bob attended Rushville High School and Purdue University, studying Agriculture.  Bob is a returning Board member.

 

 

 


District 3: Scott Sease

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Scott is 62 years old and has lived at his current Laura, Ohio address for 37 years.  He and his wife, Julie, have two children, Emily and Ned, and four grandchildren. Scott has been farming for forty-four years and farms with his son and brother-in-law. Scott attended Franklin Monroe High School. Scott has served on our Board since 2015.

 

 

 

Harvest Land is very fortunate to have such outstanding farmer-members serve on our Board, representing all areas of our trade territory. Their sound leadership will continue to guide our cooperative successfully in the year ahead.  

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