reappointed to Idaho Wheat Commission
Bill Flory of Winchester, was re-appointed to the Idaho Wheat Commission by Governor C.L. “Butch” Otter to serve a five-year term from district two (Nez Perce, Clearwater, Idaho, Lewis, Boise, Payette, Valley, Washington counties).
Flory is a graduate of the University of Idaho with a degree in Business-Finance. He has operated a diversified grain farm near Winchester since 1976. Bill has been involved in a variety of local, state, and national agricultural activities for over 35 years.
Currently Flory is an executive board member of the Wheat Marketing Center in Portland, Oregon; has oversight of the Idaho Wheat Commission Finances; he is a member of The Bennett Farm Foundation and the Lewiston Roundup Board of Directors.
Spending wheat grower dollars wisely is a priority for Flory. He will continue to focus on improving the bottom line for wheat producers by investing in programs and projects that have the best chance of enhancing the competitiveness and profitability for Idaho wheat producers.
Ned Moon, chairman of the Idaho Wheat Commission said, “The commission and staff look forward to continuing to work with Bill as he brings to the table years of agricultural experience. Bill has a proven track record as a leader in his community and we know from working with him over the past two years that he is an effective leader for Idaho’s wheat producers.”