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College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources

Goal: $1,000,000


$771,380 (77%) raised

Need: $228,620

Dean Of Agriculture

Abner Womack Fund for Excellence in Agricultural Policy

The names Abner Womack and FAPRI have been synonymous for years. He was instrumental in the founding and direction of FAPRI for more than 20 years. With his retirement, a fund has been created to honor his life’s work and to ensure continuity in FAPRI’s mission. It is not a stretch to say that the food and agriculture system in the United States has depended to a large degree on the economic modeling systems and analysis FAPRI has worked to produce. FAPRI is a unique training ground for future leaders and analysts in the agricultural policy arena. They will provide the critical information so our agricultural producers remain profitable and continue to feed the world. Join friends, family and colleagues of Abner Womack to support the important work of FAPRI.

Abner WomackAddison MyersB. O'Kane
Barry Electric Cooperative Bayer Crop Science Brent Minear
Buell Acres, Inc. Callabyte Technology LLC Carol Schaffer
Chillicothe Young Farmers Co-Mo Connect Cotton Foundation, The
Daniel MadisonDarcelle WellsDarlene Kruse
David HaggardElena VegaFCS Financial
Gerri MadisonGrady Ranch, Inc. Haggard Farm
Hal SwaneyHelen Taylor John Kruse
John SchafferJohn Schaffer Farms, Inc. Judith Haggard
Judith StallmannKendall FosterKenneth Schneeberger
Kevin RosenbohmKristin PerryMFA Incorporated
MFA Incorporated Charitable Foundation MFA Oil Foundation Marc Kaiser
Margaret Burfeind-MinearMary FosterMary Shaw
Meagan KaiserMichele RosenbohmMissouri Institute of Cooperatives
National Crop Insurance Services National Rural Utilities Cooperative Finance Corporation O'Kane Ranch
Patrick WesthoffPeggy SwaneyPemiscot-Dunklin Electric Cooperative
Perry Agricultural Laboratory, Incorporated Robert PerryRussel Winter
SEMO Electric Cooperative Sandra WomackScott Gerlt
Stacey ThompsonStephen ToneyUnited Services, Inc.
Wendi RogersWilliam CopeWyatt Thompson