Mesa, Ariz. farmer Kevin Rogers was re-elected to the American Farm Bureau Federation (AFBF) Board of Directors during the 88th AFBF annual meeting in Salt Lake City, Utah in January. He represents the Western region on the board.
“We have a lot of critical issues facing us, and serving on the national level is the best place to be to make a significant difference on behalf of Arizona farmers and ranchers. It’s a great honor,” Rogers said. “With labor and other critical issues at the forefront of Western region concerns, I’m looking forward to serving on the national board.”
Rogers is the president of the Arizona Farm Bureau and a member of the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Air Quality Task Force.
A fourth generation Phoenix Valley farmer, Rogers farms in a partnership with his parents, uncle, brothers, a sister, and his wife Janel. The Rogers’ family farms over 7,000 acres producing cotton, alfalfa, wheat, barley, and corn in Phoenix, Laveen, Mesa, and Scottsdale.