Four Agricultural Leaders in Kansas Recognized as Visionaries by Farm Credit

Four Kansas agricultural leaders are among 100 visionaries recognized nationally as part of the Farm Credit 100 Fresh Perspectives search, which honors individuals shaping rural communities and agriculture for the better. The top 100 honorees were announced on National Ag Day at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C.

Honorees from Kansas include:

G. Art Barnaby, Jr.
Manhattan, Kansas
Rural Policy Influence

Dr. Barry L. Flinchbaugh
Manhattan, Kansas
Rural Policy Influence

Lon Frahm
Colby, Kansas
Mentoring and Volunteerism

Terry Woodbury
Leoti, Kansas
Agriculture Education and Community Impact

The honorees were selected by a panel of experts in rural issues from a pool of about 1,100 nominees from across the United States. For the full list of honorees, visit http://www.farmcredit100.com/fresh-perspectives/honorees/category/top-100-honorees.