Checkoff alliance appoints Krotz CEO
The U.S. Farmers and Ranchers Alliance board of directors has appointed Randy Krotz as chief executive officer, effective immediately, USFRA announced.
Krotz joined USFRA as vice president of development in 2013 and most recently served as executive director.
He has worked for nearly 25 years in agribusiness, but continues his role in the family farm in north central Kansas on which he was raised, according to a news release. He is a graduate of Kansas State University.
USFRA, based in Chesterfield, Mo., represents nearly 80 farmer and rancher-led organizations in promoting agriculture with consumers. Much of its money comes from checkoff programs. F
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