Childers becomes president of Poultry Federation

Marvin Childers, Arkansas state representative, has been elected president of the Poultry Federation, a three-state trade organisation representing the poultry and egg industries in Arkansas, Missouri and Oklahoma.


"We are pleased that Marvin will be serving as president and chief lobbyist for the poultry industry," said Ken Primm of OK Farms, chairman of the federation board. "We are confident that his agricultural background and his legal and legislative experience will continue to move us forward in promoting our industry in Arkansas, as well as Missouri and Oklahoma."

Marvin Childers succeeds Morril Harriman: "I know personally that Morril was dedicated to this industry and his shoes will be hard to fill…I am excited and honoured to be chosen as Morril's replacement. I appreciate the confidence that the board has placed in me and I look forward to working with the federation staff in promoting the poultry industry. I realise I have a lot to learn and I look forward to this new opportunity."

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