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Greenwich woman among new ag leaders

• Feb 11, 2019 at 6:00 PM

New agricultural leaders, including one Greenwich woman, are paving the way for a bright future.

Bennett and Liza Musselman, of Orient, are the new chaircouple of Ohio Farm Bureau’s State Young Ag Professionals Committee. Emily Krikke, of Greenwich, is the new vice chair.

Young Ag Professionals are 18 to 35, singles and married, who are interested in improving the business of agriculture, learning new ideas and developing leadership skills. The group includes full- and part-time farmers, OSU Extension agents, teachers, consumer educators, former Ohio Farm Bureau Youth members, FFA and 4-H alumni, farm media communicators, livestock and equine enthusiasts, seed representatives, green industry employees, gardeners, foodies and more.

The Musselmans farm with Bennett’s father. Liza is an accounting manager at WillowWood, owns a photography business and is active in Ohio Agri-Women and as a school volunteer. Bennett is a vice president and agribusiness banker at HeartlandBank, is president of Pickaway County Farm Bureau, on the ag committee of the Pickaway Competitiveness Network and a Pickaway County Farmers Club member. They have two sons.

Krikke farms with her parents raising crops and hogs. She is a certified pediatric registered nurse at Akron Children’s Hospital. She is active in her county farm bureau and Ohio Pork Council.

Other members of the State YAP Committee are Jessica and Nick Dailey, Kristen and Justin Dickey, Cassandra and Luke Dull, Casey and Charlie Ellington, Aaron Harter and Kaitlyn and Ross Meeker.

To learn more about Farm Bureau’s Young Ag Professionals program, visit experienceyap.com.

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