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Shenandoah County farmer re-elected to Farm Bureau board

Shenandoah County farmer re-elected to Farm Bureau board

Shenandoah County cattle and grain and forage producer Peter A. Truban of Woodstock was elected Dec. 4 to a fourth three-year term on the Virginia Farm Bureau Federation board of directors.

Elections of officers and directors were held at the VFBF 2019 Annual Meeting in Norfolk.

As a board member Truban will represent Farm Bureau producer members in Clarke, Frederick, Loudoun, Page, Rappahannock, Shenandoah and Warren counties.

He chairs the VFBF Land Use Advisory Committee and is a member of the VFBF Soybean & Feed Grains Advisory Committee.

Truban has been involved with Farm Bureau for more than 30 years, is a past president of Shenandoah County Farm Bureau and serves on that organization’s board.

He also serves on the boards of Countryway Insurance Co. and Commonwealth Fairs and Events.

He previously served as a county committee member for the Shenandoah and Northern Counties Farm Service Agency, has served on Virginia Cooperative Extension’s Advisory Committee and is a trustee at Woodstock United Methodist Church.

Truban operates his family’s farm, Jadwyn Acres Farms Inc., a 300-head cattle operation. He also grows small grains, hay and corn.

With 129,000 members in 88 county Farm Bureaus, VFBF is Virginia’s largest farmers’ advocacy group. Farm Bureau is a non-governmental, nonpartisan, voluntary organization committed to supporting Virginia’s agriculture industry. View more convention news as it becomes available at and follow us on social media via #harvestingperspectives and #VFBFannualmtg19.

Contact Pam Wiley, director of communications, at 804-290-1128.