2011-2012 ASFMRA Officers from left: President Jeff Berg, Barnesville, Minn. (Crown Appraisals); President-Elect Paul Joerger, Overland Park, Kan. (Farmers National Company); First Vice-President Jim Rickert, Fall River Mills, Calif. (Western Agricultural Services); and Immediate Past-President Kirk Weih, Vernon, Iowa (Hertz Farm Management).
Californians at the ASFMRA annual meeting include from left: Richard Brockmeyer (speaker), Wine Industry Investment Consulting, Napa; Erik Roget, USB AgriVest LLC, Lodi; Steve Runyan (speaker), Runyan Appraisal Service, Bakersfield; and Matt Marschall, Cushman & Wakefield of California, San Diego.
Robert Fraley, left, Monsanto’s executive vice president, St. Louis, Mo., talks with Loyd Brown, center, and Tim Fevold, both with Hertz Farm Management, Nevada, Iowa, during the 2011 American Society of Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers annual meeting in Phoenix, Ariz.
Robert Fraley of Monsanto says agriculture must double to triple crop yields to feed the world’s rapidly-growing population.
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