Associated Press, Published November 24 2013
Underwood farmer re-elected president of North Dakota Farm BureauBISMARCK — An Underwood farmer has been re-elected president of the North Dakota Farm Bureau.
Doyle Johannes was chosen for his second two-year term over the weekend during the organization's annual meeting in Bismarck.
North Dakota Farm Bureau officials say the farm advocacy organization has more than 27,000 members.
Johannes and his wife, Patsy, have a diversified small grain and row crop farm near Underwood. They also operate a custom feedlot.
Wolford farmer Chris Brossart was elected to serve his second two-year term as the group's vice president.