Monterey, CA — The state´s largest farm group will be led by a new president.
The California Farm Bureau Federation has elected a Santa Barbra County farmer as the federation´s new president. Delegates at the Farm Bureau´s 87th annual meeting in Monterey unanimously elected Doug Mosebar today.
Mosebar has served since 1997 as the Farm Bureau´s first vice president. He has been a statewide Farm Bureau officer since 1989.
Mosebar becomes the 14th president, succeeding Bill Pauli, who completed his tenure after serving the maximum four terms as president.
The California Farm Bureau Federation works to protect family farms and ranches on behalf of more than 88,000 members statewide.