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The Trump Agriculture Advisory Committee

Here is the most recent list of President-elect Donald Trump’s Agricultural Advisory Committee, with information about who they are if it could be found.

▪ Charles Herbster, chairman of the advisory committee, Angus cattle farmer, Falls City, Neb.; owner of The Conklin Company, a chemical marketing-distribution company in Kansas City, Mo., and owner of a cattle breeding operation in Northern Virginia.

▪ Sam Clovis, national co-chair of the Trump campaign, professor at Morningside College, Sioux City, Iowa.



▪ Rebecca Adcock, senior director of government affairs, Crop Life America.

▪ Rep. Robert Aderholt, R-Ala., chairman of the House Agriculture Appropriations Subcommittee.



▪ Former Florida state Sen. J.D. Alexander, a Republican, former CEO of Atlantic Blue Group, Inc., a rural property company in central Florida, and of Alico Inc., and great-grandson of Napoleon B. Broward, governor of Florida from 1905 to 1909.

▪ Jay Armstrong, operator of Armstrong Farms, Muscotah, Kan., former chairman of the Kansas Wheat Commission and former chairman of the Farm Foundation.

▪ Gary Black, Georgia agriculture commissioner.

▪ John Block, former Agriculture secretary, senior policy adviser at OFW Law.

▪ State Rep. Mike Brandenburg, R-N.D.

▪ Gov. Terry Branstad of Iowa, a Republican.

▪ Charles Bronson, former secretary of the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services.

▪ Gov. Sam Brownback of Kansas, a Republican.

▪ Edwin Camp, farmer and chairman of Western Growers.

▪ Chuck Conner, CEO of the National Council of Farmer Cooperatives.

▪ Rep. Mike Conaway, R-Texas, chairman of the House Agriculture Committee.

▪ Harold Cooper

▪ Gov. Jack Dalrymple of North Dakota, a Republican.

▪ Former Michigan state Rep. Gene DeRossett, who also served as the Agriculture Department’s state director for Michigan.

▪ Former Rep. Tom Ewing, R-Ill.

▪ Gov. Mary Fallin of Oklahoma, a Republican.

▪ Oklahoma state Sen. Eddie Fields, a Republican, chair of the state Senate Agriculture and Rural Development Committee.

▪ Former Sen. Peter Fitzgerald, R-Ill.

▪ Bill Flory, Idaho wheat farmer.

▪ Steve Foglesong, former president of the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association.

▪ Former Virginia Gov. Jim Gilmore, a Republican.

▪ Bob Gray

▪ Bob Goodale, former CEO of Harris Teeter.

▪ Rep. Bob Goodlatte, R-Va., chairman of the House Judiciary Committee and former chairman of the House Agriculture Committee.

▪ Michigan state Sen. Mike Green, a Republican.

▪ Helen Groves, rancher, daughter of Robert Kleberg of King Ranch.

▪ John Harris

▪ Ron Heck, Iowa farmer and past president of the American Soybean Association.

▪ Former Nebraska Gov. Dave Heineman, a Republican.

▪ Wyoming state Rep. Hans Hunt, member of the state House Agriculture Committee and rancher.

▪ Cindy Hyde-Smith, Mississippi commissioner of agriculture and commerce.

▪ North Carolina state Sen. Brent Jackson, Brent, a Republican.

▪ Rick Johnson

▪ A.G. Kawamura, farmer and former California food and agriculture secretary.

▪ John Kautz, CEO of Ironstone Vineyards, California.

▪ Doug Keesling, grain and livestock farmer, Kansas.

▪ Carol Keiser

▪ Charlotte Kelley, cotton grower and ginner, Tennessee.

▪ Mark Killian, farmer, rancher and Arizona state Agriculture commissioner.

▪ Charles Kruse, farmer and former president of Missouri Farm Bureau.

▪ Brian Klippenstein, executive director of Protect the Harvest.

▪ Trent Loos, writer.

▪ Forrest Lucas, CEO of Lucas Oil.

▪ Mike McCloskey, CEO of Fair Oaks Farm.

▪ Nebraska state Sen. Beau McCoy, a Republican.

▪ Ted McKinney, former director of global corporate affairs, Elanco Animal Health.

▪ Bobby McKown

▪ Sid Miller, Texas Agriculture commissioner.

▪ Patrick Morrisey

▪ Jim Moseley, former Agriculture deputy secretary.

▪ Missouri state Sen. Brian Munzlinger, Republican and chairman of the Missouri Senate Agriculture Committee.

▪ Oklahoma state Sen. Casey Murdock, a Republican.

▪ Tom Nassif, CEO of Western Growers.

▪ Phil Nelson

▪ Steve Nelson

▪ Garry Niemeyer, former president of National Corn Growers Association.

▪ Iowa Agriculture Secretary Bill Northey.

▪ Former Georgia Gov. Sonn Perdue, a Republican.

▪ Former Texas Gov. Rick Perry, former state Agriculture commissioner.

▪ Ryan Quarles, Kentucky Agriculture commissioner.

▪ Bruce Rastetter, CEO of Summit Agricultural Group.

▪ Kimberly Reed

▪ Oklahoma Agriculture Secretary Jim Reese.

▪ South Dakota state Sen. Larry Rhoden, former House majority leader and Senate majority whip; chair, Senate Agriculture Committee.

▪ Bill Richards

▪ Al Rider

▪ Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts, a Republican.

▪ Dale Reicks

▪ Martha Roberts

▪ Sen. Pat Roberts, R-Kan., chairman of the Senate Agriculture Committee.

▪ Ken Rogers

▪ Marcus Rust, CEO of Rose Acre Farms, an Indiana egg producer.

▪ Leslie Rutledge, attorney general or Arkansas and co-chair of the National Association of Attorney General Agriculture Committee.

▪ Bill Schuette

▪ David Spears, former member of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission.

▪ Mike Strain, Louisiana Agriculture and Forestry commissioner.

▪ Red Steagall, official cowboy poet of Texas.

▪ Iowa state Rep. Annette Sweeney, former chair, Iowa House Agriculture Committee.

▪ Kip Tom, CEO of Tom Farms, Indiana, and farmer in South America.

▪ Johnny Trotter, CEO of BarG and Texas farmer.

▪ Steve Wellman, former president of the American Soybean Association.

▪ Walt Whitcomb, Maine agriculture commissioner.

▪ Georgia state Sen. John Wilkinson, a Republican, member of the state Senate Agriculture and Consumer Affairs Committee.

▪ Alan Wilson

▪ Doug Wilson

▪ Fred Yoder, chair of the The North American Climate Smart Agriculture Alliance.

–The Hagstrom Report


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