He is president of the Camden County Farm Bureau, and serves on the University of Missouri Extension Council.
Guy Winters, Camdenton, was recognized for two years of service on Farm Bureau’s Promotion and Education (P&E) Committee during the 104th Missouri Farm Bureau annual meeting Dec. 3 at Lake of the Ozarks.
Blake Hurst, Missouri Farm Bureau president, recognized Winters during a Monday morning breakfast sponsored by the P&E Program. While on the committee, Winters represented District 4 in the west-central area of the state. As a member of the 10-person state committee, he helped develop, implement and evaluate programs promoting agriculture and strengthening Farm Bureau.
Winters is retired from retail sales and cares for a few head of cattle.
He is president of the Camden County Farm Bureau, and serves on the University of Missouri Extension Council. Winters has received a resolution from the Missouri House of Representatives for his work with the Extension Service.
He is also a Missouri Cattlemen’s Association member. He is widowed and has four older children.