Indiana Farm Bureau recently welcomed Adam Kuebler as the new regional manager for Gibson, Perry, Pike, Posey, Spencer, Vanderburgh and Warrick counties, where he serves as the liaison between the state organization and county Farm Bureaus.
“I am extremely excited to join the INFB team and begin working with producers, ag professionals and industry-supporting members in the southwest portion of the state,” said Kuebler, who started his new role in October. “After farming and ranching in a few states and being exposed to different production philosophies and amazing groups of people, I hope I can bring my skillset to the table and support the county Farm Bureaus to the best of my ability.”
Before coming to Farm Bureau, Kuebler spent time in Nebraska working with a large herd of registered and commercial cattle. He’s also worked in feed yards in Nebraska and South Dakota and livestock markets and veterinary clinics in Missouri and Iowa.
He earned a bachelor’s degree in agricultural science from Truman State University in Missouri and holds a certification in beef quality assurance. A native of Bloomington, Illinois, Kuebler has a small herd of registered Angus cows. He’s also an Eagle Scout.
“I’m looking forward to interacting with elected officials to ensure the agriculture community and farming lifestyle is protected. It’s a pleasure to be a part of this team and I look forward to meeting folks from around the state,” Kuebler added.