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McCauley hired as Nevada Farm Bureau executive VP

By ThisIsReno

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SPARKS — Nevada Farm Bureau Federation would like to announce that Clay McCauley has been hired to serve as the organization’s Executive Vice President.

McCauley is a native of New Mexico and most recently served as the Executive Director of New Mexico Ag Leadership, Inc. in Las Cruces. Previously, McCauley served as Regional Director for the New Mexico Farm & Livestock Bureau and as an Insurance Professional for Farm Bureau Financial Services.

“I am very honored and excited to serve the agricultural community in Nevada. I look forward to working with our members to build on past achievements while growing our organization,” McCauley said.

“The board and I are excited about what Clay will bring to Nevada as he helps us move Nevada Farm Bureau forward,” said Nevada Farm Bureau President Hank Combs. “You will soon see Clay at a meeting near you! Please welcome him as he makes his way around Nevada learning about our great state,” Combs added.

McCauley will begin April 1. As Executive Vice President, McCauley will uphold and implement the organization’s grassroots policy, assist county Farm Bureaus and work with Farm Bureau members throughout the state.