Thursday, February 9, 2017

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‘FB Member Benefit Ambassadors’ Share Experiences on Social Media

Washington--A select group of American Farm Bureau Young Farmers & Ranchers members who use Cat equipment on their farms and ranches will serve as “FB Member Benefit Ambassadors” in the coming year. The Farm Bureau members will share their positive experiences using Cat brand products and services on social media.
Ambassadors for 2017 – the inaugural year of the program – are Miles and Sarah Kuschel of Minnesota and Jonathan Dinsmore of Arizona.
The Kuschels (Rocking K Ranch) raise beef cattle and hay. The Dinsmores (Dismore Farms) grow produce including lettuce and broccoli, as well as alfalfa hay and Durum wheat for pasta.  
Follow the hashtags #CatAgriculture and #FBPays on social media to learn more about farm and ranch life with the Kuschels and Dinsmores.   
Eligible Farm Bureau members in participating states save up to $2,500 when buying or leasing qualifying Cat wheel loaders, skid steers, backhoes, excavators and more.
The YF&R program includes men and women between the ages of 18 and 35. The program’s goals are to help younger Farm Bureau members learn more about agriculture, network with other farmers and realize their full potential as leaders in agriculture and Farm Bureau.

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