Villwock Plows Ahead

December 1, 2001

Don Villwock becomes president of Indiana Farm Bureau.

Don Villwock becomes involved in Farm Bureau through the Young Farmer program, serving on both the state Young Farmer and American Farm Bureau Federation Young Farmer and Rancher committees, and takes on a variety of leadership roles in Farm Bureau. During his tenure as INFB president, he sees the repeal of the state inheritance tax and the successful – but continuing – effort to delay implementation of proposed soil productivity factors, an effort that has saves farmers an estimated $687 million.

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