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Indiana Farmer Reelected to NPPC Committee


The U.S. pork industry held its annual business meeting, the National Pork Industry Forum, February 28 – March 2, 2018 in Kansas City. At the meeting, Indiana pork producer Joe Baldwin was reelected for a two-year term to the National Pork Producer Council’s Nominating Committee, which evaluates candidates for the organization’s board of directors.

“I’m happy to have the opportunity to continue serving pork producers,” Baldwin said.  “Serving on NPPC’s Nominating Committee allows me to work with the leadership on issues facing our industry.  I’m grateful my fellow pork producers put their trust in me to work with the leaders of this organization.”

“Solid producer leadership is critically important for the National Pork Producers Council (NPPC), said Josh Trenary, Executive Director of Indiana Pork.  “NPPC continuously navigates complex policy issues on behalf of the entire industry.  With more and more demands on producers’ time, we need people like Joe willing to have conversations with producers about contributing time to the industry.”

Baldwin is a pork producer in Union City, IN and is currently serving as President of Indiana Pork.