Our Directors

Montana Wheat And Barley District Map District 1 District 5 District 2 District 6 District 3 District 7 District 4

Map of Areas Served by Montana Wheat & Barley Committee Directors

Find contact information for each regional Director below.


District 1

Map of Montana Wheat and Barley Commission Districts: District 1 (Northeast) Terry-Angvick.png

Terry Angvick of Plentywood, Montana
1st term ends June 1, 2024
ph: 406.600.3366 | t74angvick@gmail.com

Terry farms near Reserve, raising durum wheat, dry peas, lentils and flax with two brothers and his son. They are Certified Seed growers in additional to their commercial production. He and his wife Ardell have three children, Denise, Laura and Mark. Terry was the MSU Extension Agent in Sheridan County for 31 years, retiring in 2010. He is also a retired Plentywood Volunteer Fireman and served on the Plentywood School Board for 12 years, 11 as Chairman. He also served two terms on the Montana Grain Growers Association Board of Directors.


District 2

Map of Montana Wheat and Barley Commission Districts: District 2 (Central-Northeast) Montana Wheat and Barley Committee District 2 Director Max Cederberg of Turner, Montana.

Max Cederberg of Turner, Montana
1st term ends June 1, 2022
ph: 406.357.2387 | maxc@ttc-cmc.net

Max raises a variety of small grains and pulse crops on his farm and manages both conventional and organic operations. This will bring a unique and diverse perspective to the Montana Wheat and Barley Committee and be a tremendous asset in helping to develop new key markets. Max is a pillar of the Turner community and is involved with the local fire department, Lutheran church, Turner Store Board and is a former member of the Jaycees. He has served as the Northern Ag Research Station Chairman and currently serves as Chairman of the Montana Seed Show Car Show. Additionally, Max belongs to the Hi-Line Cruzn Association, Montana Street Rod Association, and the Montana Street Rod Scholarship Association Scholarship Committee. In 2015, Max was named as the Montana State University Ag Leader of the Year. Max lives in Turner with his wife Kirsti, and in their spare time they enjoy restoring old cars and traveling. Max also serves on the Wheat Quality Council as a board member.


District 3

Map of Montana Wheat and Barley Commission Districts: District 3 (Central-Northwest) Montana Wheat and Barley Committee District 3 Director Llew Jones of Conrad, Montana.

Llew Jones of Conrad, Montana
1st term ends June 1, 2022
ph: 406.271.3104 | ljones@mtbus.net

Llew raises wheat, barley, cattle, sheep and hay on his farm near Conrad. He looks forward to working with fellow producers to help promote Montana’s agriculture industry around the globe and give back to an industry that has allowed him so much opportunity. Llew has served the state of Montana for many years as both a State Senator and Representative. He has been the Conrad Chamber President, a member of Farm Bureau and Grain Growers, President of the Pondera Coalition for Progress, Director of the Pondera Port Authority, and City Alderman. Mr. Jones has been awarded the Chamber Champion of Business Award, the Farm Bureau Golden Windmill Award, and the Montana Rural Education Association Legislative Leadership Award during his time as a farmer, rancher, small business owner and legislator. Llew lives with his wife Carole in Conrad, where they have raised their 4 children, Edward, Daniel, Aaron and Dania, and he enjoys reading, flying, and motorcycles. Llew serves on the MAES advisory committee at MSU.


District 4

Map of Montana Wheat and Barley Commission Districts: District 4 (Central-North Central)

Mike O'Hara of Fort Benton, Montana
3rd term ends June 1, 2023
ph: 406.734.5434 | oharafarms@3rivers.net

Mike is a fourth-generation farmer and a pioneer Maine-Anjou breeder since 1971. He farms and ranches in Fort Benton with his two sons Heath and Hardy. His many grandchildren often help and share the same enthusiasm Mike has for the family operation. He harvests up to 13 different crops each year in a very diverse operation, however the focus is wheat. Mike serves on the varietal release committee at MSU. He is a board member on the U.S Grains Council, National Barley Improvement Committee, and National Barley Growers.


District 5

Map of Montana Wheat and Barley Commission Districts: District 5 (Central) Montana Wheat and Barley Committee District 5 Director Charles Bumgarner of Great Falls, Montana.

Charles Bumgarner of Great Falls, Montana
1st term ends June 1, 2021
ph: 406.788.1216 | bumranch@gmail.com

Charlie is a fourth-generation farmer who farms near Belt, where he raises wheat, barley, hay, peas, chickpeas and lentils. He and his wife Karla have four children, Tyler, Kelsey, Abby, and Ellyn. Bumgarner has also served as Chairman of the Belt School Board, and as a Director and Officer for both the Montana Grain Growers Association and National Association of Wheat Growers. Charlie serves on the Wheat Marketing Center Board, U.S Grains Council, MSU Advisory Committee, and the National Barley Growers.


District 6

Map of Montana Wheat and Barley Commission Districts: District 6 (West and South) Montana Wheat and Barley Committee District 6 Director Denise Conover of Broadview, Montana.

Denise Conover of Broadview, Montana
2nd term ends June 1, 2021
ph: 406.667.2185 | dryland50@gmail.com

Denise farms along side her two sons, Chad and Craig, on a dryland no-till operation in Broadview in Yellowstone County. Being appointed to the committee in 2015 has given her opportunities to promote Montana grain products all over the world and to make sure our checkoff dollars of over 3.5 million annually are being spent to benefit all producers. In addition to being on the board and farming, the Conovers own and run a chemical business. Denise is a Charter Member of the Broadview Quick Response Unit (volunteer ambulance service), and enjoys junking and working in the yard. Denise serves as a board member on U.S Wheat Associates and Wheat Foods Council.


District 7

Map of Montana Wheat and Barley Commission Districts: District 7 (Southeast) Brett-Dailey.png

Brett Dailey of Jordan, MT
1st Term ends June 1, 2024
ph: 406-853-1169 |
brettd59@icloud.com

Brett Dailey is a 3rd generation farmer in Garfield County. He and his wife Donna have been producing small grains and cattle for 38 years. They have two grown children and three grandchildren. Brett has been involved in many local community boards and is currently a director for Montana Farmers Union and vice chair for Montana Beef council. Appointed in 2021 Brett looks forward to using his vast experiences serving on the Montana Wheat and Barley Committee.


Ex Officio Directors

Christy Clark, Acting Director
Montana Department of Agriculture

Dr. Skreekala Bajwa, Vice President
MSU College of Agriculture

Sam Schmidt, Grain Trade Rep., Montana Milling