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Snyder makes reappointments to Dairy Marketing Committee
February 14, 2014
LANSING, Mich. – Gov. Rick Snyder today announced the reappointments of Eric Frahm, of Frankenmuth, David Lott, of Mason, and Corby Werth, of Alpena, to the Michigan Dairy Marketing Committee.
The 13-member committee, established in 1965, oversees the budget and operations of the dairy producer marketing program, which promotes Michigan dairy products.
“These committee members have done great work and I look forward to their continued contributions promoting Michigan dairy products,” Snyder said.
Frahm owns and manages Golden Elm Dairy. He previously served as an agricultural agent for Michigan State University Cooperative Extension Service in Tuscola County, and as coordinator of the near-infrared forage quality laboratory in the Department of Crop and Soil Sciences at Michigan State University. Frahm holds a bachelor’s degree in dairy science from Michigan State University. He will continue to represent the Michigan Milk Producers Association.
Lott is the owner of Mar-Jo-Lo Farms, which both grows feed for dairy cows and sells 1.5 million gallons of milk per year. Lott studied agricultural technology at Michigan State University. He will continue to represent the Michigan Milk Producers Association.
Werth is the owner, partner and herdsman of Werth Dairy Farm, which has operated since 1917. He serves on the advisory committee for the Michigan Milk Producers Association and the United Dairy Industry of Michigan board of directors. He will continue to represent the Michigan Milk Producers Association.
Members serve three-year terms expiring Dec. 31, 2016, and their appointments are subject to the advice and consent of the state Senate.