KAP announces new president

Bill Campbell is the new president of Keystone Agricultural Producers.

He replaces Dan Mazier, who stepped down earlier this month to pursue a federal party nomination.

Campbell has served as KAP vice-president for the last year and a half and was previously involved with KAP at the district level and on the board of directors.

Campbell is a fourth-generation farmer near Minto, with 2,640 acres, 1,700 of them seeded to annual crops. He also runs a purebred Limousin cattle operation.

Justin Jenner, who has served as KAP vice-president in the past, will fill Campbell’s vacated position.

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