LANSING, N.Y. — At the end of 2022, the Dairy One Board of Directors welcomed three new board members. Alicia Lamb and Hannah Wood were elected to fill two district vacancies, while Jordan Clark was appointed as an Agri-Mark representative. All new board seats were effective January 1, 2023.
“We are pleased to be welcoming new board members to our group,” said Dan Sheldon, chairman of the board. “They represent not only a new generation of dairy farmers but contain a wide range of dairy knowledge and agriculture experiences.”
Alicia Lamb of Oakfield, NY is the new District 1 Board director, covering western New York. Alicia is a part of the family team that runs Oakfield Corners Dairy. Prior to focusing on the family farm, she worked at Advanced Dairy Services. Hannah Wood of Clayton, NY represents District 6 in the North Country and continues the long-held tradition of board representation from Wood Farms. Her father, Lyle served for several years on the Dairy One board, as did her grandfather, Gary Wood. Hannah is heavily involved in the running of H. Wood Farms. Jordan Clark of Andover, MA joins the board as the Agri-Mark representative. Jordan has been a part of Agri-Mark since 2014 and is currently the VP of Membership.
“Each of these individuals is a welcomed addition to the team,” said Sheldon. “Along with our new CEO, Jim Munroe, our Board is committed to Dairy One and to providing services that best serve our Northeast farm customers.”
The mission of Dairy One is to create and deliver data and information which will be used to make profit-enhancing decisions for members of the agricultural community.