Wyoming farmer and rancher named 2016 American Farm Bureau's committee chairman

The American Farm Bureau Young Farmers and Ranchers Committee announced yesterday that its members have elected a Wyoming man as the committee's 2016 chairman. Farmer and Rancher, Cole Coxbill of Goshen County, Wyo. will take over as chairman in February and serve for one year, while also serving a one-year term on the AFBF board of directors, according to American Farm Bureau. Coxbill and his father raise corn, alfalfa, sugar beets, dry edible beans and wheat, and have a cow-calf operation and feedlot. Coxbill also owns a commercial spraying and trucking business, according to AFBF. The goals of the program are to assist its members in learning more about agriculture, begin to network with other farmers, and help realize their full potential as leaders in agriculture and Farm Bureau. *Feature photo: Wyoming Farm Bureau Federation/Pitchengine Communities* #shortgo #news