BISMARCK, North Dakota — The North Dakota Farm Bureau has a new leader.
Delegates to the organization's 73rd annual meeting last weekend elected Daryl Lies (lees) of Douglas to a two-year term as president.
Lies and his wife, Kim, raise hogs, sheep and goats with an emphasis on show animals. They have two children.
Chris Brossart of Wolford was re-elected vice president.
North Dakota Farm Bureau has 27,000 members.