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Holte reelected to American Farm Bureau Federation board of directorsHolte reelected to American Farm Bureau Federation board of directors

In December he was reelected president of the Wisconsin Farm Bureau

January 27, 2016

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Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation President Jim Holte has been reelected to the American Farm Bureau Federation Board of Directors.

Holte’s election to a two-year term was made by delegates at the 97th American Farm Bureau Federation Annual Convention in Orlando, Florida on Jan.12. Last year, he was elected to fill a one-year term on the AFBF Board.

Holte raises beef cattle and grows corn, soybeans and alfalfa on 460 acres of land near Elk Mound in Dunn County.


In December, Holte was reelected for a fourth one-year term as the president of the Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation and Rural Mutual Insurance Company. Holte was first elected to the WFBF Board of Directors in 1995 to represent District 9 on the board. District 9 represents the Superior Shores, Barron, Chippewa, Dunn, Pierce, Polk, Rusk, Sawyer and St. Croix county Farm Bureaus.

Next year, Farm Bureau members will gather for the 98th AFBF Annual Convention and IDEAg Trade Show in Phoenix, Ariz.

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