Jackson County’s Glenn Archambault honored with Farm Bureau Top Hand Award

Jackson County’s Glenn Archambault honored with Farm Bureau Top Hand Award

Glenn Archambault, vice president of Jackson County Farm Bureau, was honored with an Oregon Farm Bureau Top Hand Award by OFB President Barry Bushue and OFB Executive Vice President Dave Dillon during the 82nd OFB Annual Meeting in Gleneden Beach, Dec. 10-11, 2014.

The Top Hand Award is given to individuals who have devoted an exemplary amount of time and energy toward furthering the goals of Oregon Farm Bureau. To be eligible, candidates must be nominated by their county Farm Bureau. Recipients are selected by the OFB Membership & Recognition Committee.

“Glenn Archambault is an exceptional Farm Bureau volunteer leader and an avid promoter of Oregon agriculture. He’s active in numerous public forums, offering a farmer’s perspective on the hot topics of the day, including GMOs and water use issues,” said OFB President Barry Bushue. “Glenn’s efforts are an excellent example of why Farm Bureau’s grassroots network is so effective. We are proud to recognize him with an OFB Top Hand Award.”

A sheep rancher for more than 25 years in Pheonix, Ore., Archambault serves as vice president of Jackson County Farm Bureau and also on the local Farm Services Agency committee.

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