Today, along with raising crops and caring for livestock, many farmers tirelessly promote agriculture and help tell our industry’s positive stories. Case IH recently made the work back home on the farm a little easier for several of these advocates.
As part of its ongoing commitment to support the next generation of agricultural leaders, Case IH has awarded nine new Farmall tractors to finalists in the 2016 American Farm Bureau Federation (AFBF) Young Farmers & Ranchers awards program.
Winners were selected based on their involvement in agriculture, leadership abilities and participation in Farm Bureau and other community organizations. Recipients of a Case IH Farmall 50A tractor are:
- Jesse and Mary Faber, Pontiac, Illinois. Equipment provided by Stoller International, Pontiac, Illinois.
- Danielle Grant, Buffalo, West Virginia. Equipment provided by Evolution Ag, Circleville, Ohio.
- Jonathan Hunter Grills, Newbern, Tennessee. Equipment provided by Tri-County Farmers Equipment, Newbern, Tennessee.
- Jay Head, Cedar Hill, Tennessee. Equipment provided by H&R Agri-Power, Russellville, Kentucky.
- Dustin Morris, Rayville, Louisiana. Equipment provided by Progressive Tractor & Implement, Rayville, Louisiana.
- Dean Cheshire, Gainesville, Florida. Equipment provided by DeMott Tractor Company, Moultrie, Georgia.
- Steven and Claudia Long, Lexington, South Carolina. Equipment provided by Carolina Agri-Power, Bishopville, South Carolina.
- Mindy McCroskey, Bristol, Virginia. Equipment provided West Hills Tractor, Jonesborough, Tennessee.
- Sam and Ashley Gardner, Bedford, Virginia. Equipment provided by Lawrence Equipment, Cloverdale, Virginia.
Case IH applauds these outstanding individuals and their passion for engaging and educating advocates for agriculture — on and off the farm. It’s a privilege to support young leaders as they pursue innovations, partnerships and solutions that will help our industry thrive.
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