Dr. Christjohn is the owner and operator of Large Animal Veterinary Services, a practice concentrating on farm animals — mainly cattle and horses. The business serves Alabama, Georgia, Florida and Oklahoma. Dr. Christjohn received his animal and dairy science degree and his doctor of veterinary medicine degree from Auburn University and his MBA from the University of Phoenix. In addition to his business, he owns and operates a 360-acre cattle farm in Wedowee, Ala. Dr. Christjohn is a member of the American and Alabama Veterinary Medical Associations, Society for Theriogenology, American Association of Bovine Practitioners, Academy of Veterinary Consultants, National Cattleman's Beef Association, and the Alabama and Florida Cattlemen's Association. He is a member of the association's audit committee.
Mr. McGill is the owner and operator of McGill Farms. McGill Farms is an approximately 515-acre row crop operation in Madison County that produces wheat, soybeans and corn. Additionally, Mr. McGill is the Operations Manager of Tate Farms Row Crop and Agritourism Management and an agent with Tate Crop Insurance. Mr. McGill is a member of the Alabama Farmers Federation — Young Farmers.
Mr. Adams is a Certified Public Accountant with over 30 years' experience in public accounting. He is a partner in a local accounting firm in Decatur, Ala. Mr. Adams received his bachelor's degree with an emphasis in accounting from the University of Alabama. He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, the Alabama Society of Certified Public Accountants and the National Society of Accountants for Cooperatives. Mr. Adams is the chairman of the association's audit committee.
Mr. Baugh is retired from Albertville Municipal Utilities Board with 30 years' service. He has 277 acres in Marshall County and farms cattle, poultry and hay. He has eight broiler houses and operates 200 head of cow-calf. He has over 22 years of farming experience. Mr. Baugh is a member of the Alabama Poultry and Egg Association and the Alabama Cattlemen's Association.
David and his wife Sarah have been married for 10 years, have two boys, Braxton and Ben, and they reside in Cullman, Alabama. David is the owner of Daily AG Products, which sells aglime, gypsum, fertilizer, and seed in Alabama and the surrounding states. In addition to his agronomy business, David operates a cattle farm in Franklin County, Alabama. The Daily’s raise Angus cross cattle on their 1,800 acre farming operation. The farm weans and grows calves to make truckload lots. Along with several of their neighbors, they commingle over 1,000 head each year to feed yards out West.
Mr. Cornutt is a full-time row-crop and cattle farmer. He and his brother operate Cornutt Farms, LLC, which consists of approximately 2,000 acres of owned and rented land of corn, soybeans, wheat and pastureland. The LLC also owns and operates a 300 head cow-calf operation in the Marshall County area. He is a fourth-generation full-time farmer. Mr. Cornutt has been an Alabama Farm Credit member/borrower for the past 37 years. He is a board of director/member for/of Alabama Farmers Federation and Marshall County Farmers Federation, DeKalb Farmers’ Cooperative, Marshall County TVA Discretionary Fund Committee, Marshall County Leadership Challenge, and Marshall County Conservation District.
An attorney in Cullman, Mr. Harris has been practicing law since 1976. He is a partner in the law firm of Bland, Harris & McClellan P.C. He also owns and operates a hay and cattle farm in Cullman County and has farmed for more than 50 years. Mr. Harris is a director for the East Cullman Water Board and a board member for Channel 27, a low-power television station. He is also a member of the Alabama and Cullman County Bar Associations, Alabama Defense Lawyers Association, the Defense Research Institute and the Alabama and Cullman County Cattlemen's Associations.
A full-time poultry and cattle farmer from Jackson County, Mr. McGee manages a herd of approximately 200 brood cows and three pullet houses with a capacity of 21,000 pullets. He has been the owner/operator of L&D Farms for over 27 years and also owns and operates 500 acres in Jackson and DeKalb counties. He is a director for the Sand Mountain-Lake Guntersville Watershed and the Jackson County Soil and Water Conservation District board, and is a member of DeKalb County Cattlemen's Association and the Alabama Poultry & Egg Association. He serves on the association's audit committee.