Mr. Myers owns and operates a 7,200-acre farm in Tunica County, farming rice, corn, soybeans and wheat. He serves on the board of directors of Coahoma Electric Association and is a director of the Mississippi Rice Council. Mr. Myers is a proud member of Farm Bureau, Delta Council, the American Soybean Association and the NRA. He currently serves as a member of the Stockholder Advisory Committee (SAC) for the Tenth Farm Credit District and represents the Association on the Tenth District Farm Credit Council. Mr. Myers serves as an elder and clerk of the Session of Tunica Presbyterian Church. He and his wife, Sheryl, reside in Dundee, Mississippi.
Dr. Blaine has a Ph.D. in agronomy from Mississippi State University. In addition to owning and operating a timber, hay and cattle farm in central Mississippi, he is a partner/owner in Southern Ag Consulting, Inc., a crop consulting firm, and a partner/owner in Alliance Ag Risk Management. Dr. Blaine is a Certified Crop Adviser and a licensed Crop Consultant. He is a member of the Mississippi Farm Bureau, the Mississippi Forestry Association, the American Soybean Association, the Mississippi Soybean Association, the Mississippi Cattlemen’s Association, and the National Rifle Association. He and his wife, Emily, are members of Friendship Baptist Church and are the parents of four children.
Mr. Cole has owned a crop insurance agency for more than 25 years. He is a farmer and land owner of 1,350 acres in Panola County where he farms rice and soybeans. He also has 50 head of cows. Mr. Cole is past president of The Panola Partnership and North Delta School. He is an elder of Batesville Presbyterian Church. He is currently president of Crop Insurance Professionals Association, director of National Cutting Horse Association, and he serves on the board of Indian Creek Drainage District. Mr. Cole received his BBA from the University of Mississippi. He and his wife, Karen, live in Batesville, Mississippi.
Originally a Vernon, Alabama native, Mr. Davis has called Mississippi home since his early childhood. For over 40 years, he has been farming and currently farms approximately 7,200 acres of rice and soybeans with his two sons. He is a member of the Bolivar Church of Christ where he serves as an Elder. He and his wife Candy live in Shaw, Mississippi and have four children and ten grandchildren.
Mr. Gulledge was born and raised in Leland, Mississippi, and graduated from Mississippi State University. He has also attended the Graduate School of Banking at Louisiana State University and the University of Georgia School of Executive Development. Mr. Gulledge has held numerous advisory and board positions in community and charity organizations and is an active member of the First Presbyterian Church of Greenwood. He is currently the owner and manager of Gulledge Capital, LLC and Portadown Land Company, LLC. He and his wife, Patricia, have three children and one grandchild.
Mr. Hill has been a full-time farmer since 1970. He owns and operates a farm in Chickasaw County, consisting of beef cattle, cotton, soybeans, wheat and corn on 3,000 acres. He is a deacon of Pleasant Grove Baptist Church, a director on the Farm Bureau board and a member of the ASCS County Committee. He and his wife Judy live in Woodland and have one child and four grandchildren.
Mr. McClellan began working with Renasant Bank (formerly The Peoples Bank and Trust) in 1965, working his way up to chief information officer and division vice president before his retirement. He was born in Corinth, Mississippi, and graduated from Tupelo High School and Mississippi State University. He is also a graduate of the Mississippi School of Banking and the Graduate School of Banking at Louisiana State University. He has served on several community service boards and civic clubs. Lawson and his wife Sandra live in Guntown, Mississippi.
Mr. Morton began farming in 1987. Keith and his wife, Beth, own and operate Morton Farms, Inc., which is comprised of 1,100 acres of cropland. Keith has served on the board of directors for the Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation, the Mississippi Soybean Association, and the Mississippi Soybean Promotion Board. He has also served as the Mississippi Farm Bureau Soybean Commodity chairman and as Tippah County Farm Bureau president.
Mr. Robbins owns and operates a 4,500-acre row crop and timber farm primarily in Benton County. He raises 1,650 acres of soybeans and corn. He earned his BBA from the University of Mississippi in 1986. He is a past member of the New Albany Zoning Board, the New Albany Endowment for Education Board, and the Mississippi State Extension Advisory Committee. Mr. Robbins is also involved in various ministries through his church, the First United Methodist Church in New Albany. He and his wife, Jill, have three children and two grandchildren, and reside in New Albany.