Kevin Rogers of Mesa was re-elected president of the Arizona Farm Bureau by voting delegates during the organization's 84th annual meeting on Nov. 11 in Phoenix. A cotton, hay, wheat, corn and barley farmer in the Phoenix Valley, Rogers will serve a second, two-year term.
Delegates also re-elected Yuma grain farmer Tim Dunn to be Farm Bureau first-vice president, and Snowflake rancher Gerald Flake to be second vice-president.
Rogers, Dunn, Flake and Farm Bureau Executive Secretary Jim Klinker of Mesa will serve as the officers of the 2006 board of directors.
The Arizona Farm Bureau is a non-profit organization with nearly 18,000 members across the state.