Highland County Man Honored by Ohio Farm Bureau

Outstanding leaders in Ohio agriculture were honored with Distinguished Service Awards presented by Ohio Farm Bureau Federation recently. Among them was Ken Davis of Highland County, who began his involvement with Farm Bureau in the Youth program, where he was chair of the State Youth Committee. 

Davis and his wife, Christa, were chair-couple of the Ohio Farm Bureau Young Farm Couples Committee and Davis served in numerous roles in the Highland County Farm Bureau including county president. He served as a member of the Ohio Farm Bureau board of trustees and was Ohio Farm Bureau president. 

He also was a member of the American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture board and the National Cattlemen’s Beef Board. He retired from the Nationwide board of directors in 2017. 

Currently, Davis serves as chair of the South Central Power Company board and on the Southern Ohio Agricultural and Community Development Foundation Board.

The awards recognize lifetime contributions to Ohio’s agricultural community and to Ohio Farm Bureau, and were presented during the 99th annual meeting of Ohio Farm Bureau in Columbus.


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