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Introducing Farm Journal Media's 40 Under 40 Awards
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  • 12/01/14--11:19: Anne Yargus Sheehy
  •   Age: 36 Title: Senior Vice President, Sales and Marketing Company: Yargus Manufacturing The mission of Yargus Manufacturing in Marshall, Ill., is to help feed the world. As a third-generation senior vice president of sales and marketing, Anne Yargus Sheehy takes that charge quite literally. Yargus Manufacturing designs and builds fertilizer blending equipment. In her […]

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  • 12/01/14--11:23: Lori Taylor
  • Age: 33 Title: The Produce Mom Company: The Produce Mom A sleepless night changed the course of Lori Taylor’s career. Taylor, 33, took on the role of marketing manager for Indianapolis-based Indianapolis Fruit Co. hoping to stay involved with an industry she’d grown to love, but it wasn’t working. Taylor applied for and got the […]

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  • 12/01/14--11:31: Julie Tesch
  •   Age: 39 Title: Executive Director Company: American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture A dairy farm girl originally from Waldorf, Minn., Julie Tesch, 39, has made a big splash in the world of agricultural literacy development. Currently, Tesch works to strengthen relationships within and outside of agriculture in an effort to fund agricultural literacy efforts […]

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  • 12/01/14--11:35: Nichole Towell
  •   Age: 38 Title: Director of Marketing Company: Duda Farm Fresh Foods Nichole Towell has embraced challenges through her tenure as director of marketing for Oviedo, Fla.-based Duda Farm Fresh Foods. “Nichole has taken an 87-year-old produce business to a new level through embracing today’s technology and communication media that have allowed us to rejuvenate […]

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  • 12/01/14--11:41: Keith Underwood
  •   Age: 34 Title: Assistant Professor Company: South Dakota State University Keith Underwood, assistant professor and extension meat specialist at South Dakota State University, believes improving the quality of beef is one way to impact the future of the food industry. “We’re researching how to raise beef most economically to improve efficiencies and the growth […]

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  • 12/01/14--11:49: Matt Wolters
  •   Age: 35 Title: Founder, Owner Company: SureFire Ag Systems, Inc. “Think globally, act locally.” This is a phrase used to describe how Matt Wolters is working from rural northwest Kansas to influence agriculture around the globe. After graduating from Kansas State University, he returned to his hometown to become a regional agricultural equipment manufacturer. […]

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    Laura Daniels will be speaking at AgChat Foundation’s National Collegiate Congress January 17 in Indianapolis. Her talk, entitled “10 Life Hacks for the “Dirty Work” of being a College Aggie,” will offer tips and tricks for college students as an agricultural advocate. AgChat Foundation invites passionate, agriculture, college students from around the country to learn […]

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    Zach Hunnicutt, 2014 Forty Under 40 Honoree, appeared in a Bayer CropScience Google Hangout with Julie Borlaug Larson to discuss the survey “Food for Thought—Finding Common Ground with Consumers about Technology in Agriculture.” Honeycutt, who serves on the AgChat Foundation’s board of directors, is a fifth-generation farmer who has found technology to be useful for raising corn, […]

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    Jillian Beaty was honored last week with ten other farm and ranch leaders as graduates of the Partners in Agricultural Leadership class. Now in it’s seventh year, PAL was created to help leaders in agriculture refine their leadership abilities and solidify their roles as advocates for agriculture. “This group of PAL graduates represents the very […]

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    Craig Kohn, 2014 Forty Under 40 Honoree, was received Outstanding Young Member Award by the National Association of Agricultural Educators on December 4 at the organizations annual convention. Kohn teaches agriculture at Waterford High School and has doubled the enrollment for the courses in the first three years. “Classrooms and instructors should prepare students to use […]

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  • 12/09/15--10:46: Teresa Siles
  • “I started off dabbling in the Agri-Food Marketplace. The more I learned about the industry and I got involved, the more I learned how complex it was and I saw opportunity.”—Teresa Siles. A graduate of San Diego State University’s Executive MBA program, Teresa Siles began her career at Nuffer, Smith, Tucker as an intern. Fast-forward […]

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  • 12/09/15--11:02: Entee Sublett
  • Entee Sublett, a member of the second generation at his family’s Uphill Dairy, left the farm after high school with no thoughts of returning. But things change. “After I graduated high school I never wanted anything to do with another cow,” Sublett said. “Then I came back home to help my dad, and a few […]

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  • 12/09/15--11:12: Thomas Titus
  • Thomas Titus was always meant for great things in the pork industry. He even jokes that he was “born into the pig pen,” and anyone who meets Titus can attest to his dedication and unrelenting enthusiasm. Titus, who represents the sixth generation of his Illinois farming family, has always been active within the industry and […]

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  • 12/09/15--11:14: Sherrie Webb
  • Sherrie Webb is driven in her quest to help producers understand how research can be applied in real-life farm situations. As director for the Pork Checkoff’s animal welfare program, she is in the perfect position to accomplish this goal. Although Webb didn’t grow up on a farm, she lived 5 miles from her grandparents’ diversified […]

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  • 12/09/15--11:17: Jaclyn Wilson
  • “Ranching is the closest to God you’ll ever get here on this planet.” When Jaclyn Wilson, Lakeside, Neb., first heard these words, they struck a chord deep inside her. Maybe it was this personal tie that has driven the Sand Hills cattlewoman to have an impact breaking through her country’s borders, maybe it was the […]

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  • 12/09/15--11:19: Tracy Woods
  • According to his colleagues at 44 Farms near Cameron, Texas, Tracy Woods, 37, is a cowboy devoted to his calling and craft. He is “fueled by an admiration of cattlemen who have gone before him and a passion for the land and livestock. He lives and works in tandem with nature in an honorable partnership.” In fact, his colleagues […]

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  • 12/09/15--11:22: Manuela Zoninsein
  • Since she was 18 years old and working at the Chicago Board of Trade, Manuela Zoninsein has been interested in using her skills and abilities to help build international bridges. While that experience strengthened her interest in agriculture and commodities, her passion for cross-border trade comes from her background. “I moved from Brazil when I […]

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  • 12/09/15--14:36: Joe Kovanda
  • Joe Kovanda, 35, vice president for Bartlett Cattle Company, Kansas City, has earned a reputation for his market expertise. “I’ve been blessed with wonderful teachers and opportunities,” Kovanda said. Those opportunities began on the southern Montana family farm where he learned the joys of working with family, and continued through his education at Colorado State […]

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  • 12/09/15--14:40: Ryan Meyer
  • Ryan Meyer of Winfield, Kan., said a series of experiences from the family farm forward led him to his current place procuring cattle for Creekstone Farms. “When I was growing up we started calves in our grow yard and sent them out to a feedlots in western Kansas,” he said. That was his first experience […]

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  • 12/09/15--14:48: Trudy Wastweet
  • Trudy Wastweet, 35, joined the American Farm Bureau Federation in June 2015. As director of congressional relations in the Public Policy Department, Wastweet plays an important role in covering livestock, dairy and poultry issues. One of the most recent issues livestock producers have confronted is the report from the World Health Organization’s International Agency for […]