November 26, 2012

Meet Nebraska Corn Board Director, Tim Scheer

Tim Scheer represents District 5 for the Nebraska Corn Board and has been serving as a director since 2007. He is the current Chairman of the Board. Tim has been involved in agriculture production since high school and returned to St. Paul in 1988 and started a small farrow to finish hog operation and over the years it has grown and changed. Along with the farrow to finish hog operation, Tim farms 800 acres, growing row crops, alfalfa, and has a cow-calf and back grounding enterprise. Tim is also very passionate about agriculture and believes very strongly that agriculture is the foundation for a strong and secure future for our nation.

Tim is not only passionate about agriculture but is also very passionate about his community as can be seen through his involvement in various groups and associations. He is a graduate of the Nebraska LEAD XXIV (24) program and is now an alumnus. Along with serving on the Nebraska Corn Board, Tim is also the president of the St. Paul Investment Club. He has been on the Howard County Fair Board for ten years and is a member of the Howard County Farm Bureau where he has served on various state committees and has served as the president and vice president. Along with those duties, Tim has also served on various ball associations for local booster clubs and is also a member of the St. Paul Rotary.

He and his wife Amy have three children, Krista who is a senior at UNK, Kelsey who is a senior at St. Paul, and Nathan who is in 4th grade. Tim and Amy will celebrate their 25th anniversary this coming year.

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