Glenn Tait operates his great-grandfather’s homestead with his father and brother-in-law. They have 2300 acres of conventional mixed farm. Glenn was involved with the NFU in the Estey-Kroeger process regarding rail transportation. He also participated in a workshop on the cattle crisis in Billings, Montana, attended a Family Farm Defenders conference in Wisconsin where he spoke on the Canadian Wheat Board and our supply management system for dairy. Glenn has served on the NFU Board from 2006 – 2015.