The Utah Dairy Commission has elected Kyle Anderson and Flint Richards to its 11-member board of directors for three-year terms.
Anderson represents Utah farmers in Cache and Rich counties. His family operates a third-generation farm in Newton, Cache County, where they milk about 115 Holstein and jersey cows. He is currently vice president of the Utah Holstein Association.Richards represents farmers in Salt Lake, Tooele, Davis and Utah counties. A fourth-generation dairy farmer, Richards milks about 250 registered Jersey cows on his farm in Erda, Tooele County. He has also served on the board of directors for the Utah Farm Bureau and the Utah Jersey Association.
The Utah Dairy Commission represents the interests of about 700 dairy farmers in Utah. The organization is dedicated to promoting dairy products and the dairy industry.
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