Delegates of the Illinois Farm Bureau reelected the organization's president, Richard Guebert Jr., and its vice president, Brian Duncan, during their annual meeting Dec. 7-10 in Chicago.
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Guebert, of Ellis Grove, was elected to a two-year term as IFB president. He has served in the office for the past six years. Previously he served as IFB vice president and as president of Randolph County Farm Bureau. He is a graduate of Southern Illinois University.
Duncan, of Polo, was also elected to a two-year term as vice president of IFB. He has served in the position for the past two years and previously served as president of Ogle County Farm Bureau.
— The Southern