Indiana’s largest general farm organization has announced new leadership. Randy Kron of Vanderburgh County has been named president of Indiana Farm Bureau. Current President Don Villwock announced this summer he would not seek another term. He served in the position for 14 years.
Kron currently serves as INFB vice president. He will be the organization’s ninth president, when he takes office January 1. Kron, who farms with his wife and son near Evansville, says his first priority will be strengthening county Farm Bureaus.
Meanwhile, Kendell Culp of Jasper County has been named vice president.
The announcements were made Tuesday during the INFB’s state convention.