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NAT'L PORK PRODUCERS COUNCIL ANNOUNCES ITS NEW OFFICERS, BOARD MEMBERS
Source: National Pork Producers Council news release

The National Pork Producers Council today elected new officers and members to its board of directors at its annual business meeting - the National Pork Industry Forum - held here.

Elected as president of the organization was Dr. Howard Hill, a consultant for Iowa Select Farms and a pork producer from Cambridge, Iowa. His pork production business, H&K Enterprises, includes hogs and cattle, and Hill and his son farm 2,600 acres of corn, soybeans and alfalfa.

Dr. Ron Prestage was elected as president-elect. A pork producer from Camden, S.C., Prestage is part of the family-owned Prestage Farms, which includes hogs, turkeys, cattle and cropland for hay. He's primarily responsible for the sows and turkeys on the farms in South Carolina and a swine operation in Mississippi.

Elected as vice president was John Weber, a pork producer from Dysart, Iowa. In addition to raising hogs for Cargill Inc., he manages with his son Valley Lane Farms Inc., a grain and livestock operation.

New members elected to the board for three-year terms were David Herring, of Lillington, N.C.; Phil Borgic, of Nokomis, Ill.; and Terry Wolters, of Pipestone, Minn. They join current directors Jim Compart, of Nicollet, Minn.; Jim Heimerl, of Johnstown, Ohio; Ray Summerlin, of Rose Hill, N.C.; Bill Kessler, of Mexico, Mo.; AV Roth, of Wauzeka, Wis.; Ken Maschhoff, of Carlyle, Ill.; and Chris Hodges, of Kansas City, Mo.


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