Peabody farmer to help lead FSA

Graeme Glaser of rural Peabody will begin a three-year term this month on the County Committee of the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Farm Service Agency.

Glaser was elected by county producers to replace Eldon Andres, who had completed a maximum nine years on the committee.

The committee is charged with making policy decisions and recommendations, facilitating communication, and conducting investigations requested by FSA.

Other committee members are Clark Wiebe of rural Hillsboro and Monty Stuchlik of rural Lost Springs.

 

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