Pike County

The Pike County Farm Bureau is the leader and voice of agriculture in Pike County.

David Gay“I want to welcome you to the Pike County Farm Bureau section of the Two Rivers Farm Bureau website. We take very serious our commitment to our members to provide valuable service to assist them in their pursuit of prosperity. We build on the founding principles and traditions of those who established the Pike County Farm Bureau in 1919. We appreciate the support of our members. We also welcome your membership and participation in the organization.” — David Gay, President

The Pike County Farm Bureau is led by a Board of Directors representing the 2200 members in each of Pike County’s 24 townships.

  • David Gay, President, Atlas Township
  • Kim Curry, Vice President; Newburg Township
  • Jeremy Thomas, Secretary; Martinsburg Township
  • Brandon Gerard, Treasurer; Pittsfield Township
  • Mark Nation, Assistant Secretary; Derry Township
  • David Barton, Spring Creek Township
  • Eric Bradshaw, Griggsville Township
  • Brad Dehart, New Salem Township
  • Edwin Harpole, Pleasant Vale Township
  • Daniel Heavner, Pearl Township
  • Kevin Keithly, Levee Township 
  • Bryan Koeller, Kinderhook Township
  • Jim Koeller, Cincinnati Township (President 1995-1999)
  • Adam Lawson, Chambersburg Township 
  • Kyle Leahr, Perry Township
  • Murray Martin, Fairmount Township
  • Curt Moffit, Hardin Township
  • Corinna Mountain, Montezuma Township
  • Steve Myers, Flint Township
  • Andy Sprague, Hadley Township
  • Mark Sprague, Barry Township
  • Jim Swartz, Detroit Township
  • Jim Van Dyne, Pleasant Hill Township 
  • Voting – farm operator/landowner = $65.00 per year
  • Associate – non-farmer = $20.00 per year