Bryan and Corina Brant raise their two children, Ayva and William, in Clinton County.
Bryan is a full-time farmer in Clinton and Tippecanoe counties where he farms corn and soybeans. The Brants also raise a small, freezer-beef herd of cattle. When not helping on their farm, Bryan helps various neighbors and friends wherever it is needed.
Corina works as a regulatory assistant for crop protection at Corteva Agriscience, and she is working toward her bachelor’s degree in business administration.
The Brants were asked to join their county Farm Bureau board as township chairs. They are currently serving as the Young Farmers & Ag Professionals chairs on their county board. Additionally, Bryan serves as the membership chair while Corina previously held the secretary/treasurer position. The Brants have served as delegates for the county, and enjoy volunteering their time for ag education and the political process.
The Brants represent members in Benton, Carroll, Cass, Clinton, Jasper, Newton, Tippecanoe and White counties.
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