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- Steve Verett Executive vice president of the Plains Cotton Growers and an officer in the Southwest Council of Agribusiness
- Fred Kirshenmann Director of the Leopold Center for Sustainable Agriculture at Iowa State University and president of Kirschenmann Family Farms.
- Jerry Hagstrom Founder and executive editor of The Hagstrom Report, and columnist for National Journal.
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