Chris Brundick, of Argyle, was re-elected to a two-year term on the Missouri Farm Bureau (MOFB) board of directors during the organization’s 105th annual meeting December 10 at the Lake of the Ozarks. Brundick represents District 5 in the east central area of the state.
Brundick is a full-time farmer managing a diversified farm in both Maries and Osage counties. He grows row crops, and raises hogs and cattle. He has found a marketing niche with his hog enterprise by selling non-GMO-fed, antibiotic-free pork.
He is Maries County Farm Bureau president and 3rd Congressional Farm PAC secretary. Brundick is also a member of the Missouri corn grower and soybean associations. As Argyle city mayor, Brundick is involved in his community. He serves on the local volunteer fire department board and is a Knights of Columbus member.
Brundick and his wife, Joan, have three grown children, daughters Emily (LeRoy) and Elizabeth (Welschmeyer), and their youngest, son Jacob.