SANDY, Utah – The Utah Farm Bureau has named Troy Henrie of Panguitch, Utah to fill the critical role of Southern Regional manager. Henrie has been serving on the Garfield County Farm Bureau board of directors, while working as a loan officer for USDA’s Farm Service Agency (FSA) and working on the Henrie family cattle ranch in Garfield County with his dad and brothers.

Having been involved with the Utah Farm Bureau, as well as his time as an agriculture lender in Southern Utah, Henrie knows the in’s and out’s of the many issues impacting agriculture in this area of the state – including the many public land challenges.

 “I am really excited for this opportunity with the Utah Farm Bureau,” Henrie said. “I've had a front row seat to the many challenges Utah's farmers and ranchers face. Having been a Farm Bureau board member for many years, I know of the organization’s ability to work on behalf of Utah’s farmers and ranchers to set them up in the best possible way to succeed.”

Henrie grew up in Garfield County raising Hereford cattle with his dad and brothers on his family’s cattle ranch.

“Troy brings more than 20 years of professional experience to our organization. He is deeply connected to the people, our industry, and the land in the southern part of our state. We are excited for his common-sense approach to help solve industry challenges,” said Spencer Gibbons, Chief Executive Officer for the Utah Farm Bureau.

Henrie studied agriculture at Southern Utah University. He and his wife, Jodi, currently live in Panguitch, and have four children and two grandchildren. Troy can be reached at and 435-231-1074.

About the Utah Farm Bureau

The Utah Farm Bureau is the largest general farm and ranch organization in the state with more than 34,000 member families. Its mission is to inspire all Utah families to connect, succeed and grow through the miracle of agriculture. It strives to bring value to every citizen and community through love of God, family, country, and the land through political action, educational and informational means.


Matt Hargreaves, Vice President of Communications, Utah Farm Bureau, 801-455-4320.