Pennsylvania has a new Secretary of Agriculture

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George Greig Pennsylvania's Secretary of Agriculture

Governor Tom Corbett has tapped George Greig to become Pennsylvania’s next Secretary of Agriculture.

Greig comes with plenty of experience underneath his belt. He has held more positions at the Pennsylvania Farm Bureau than perhaps just about anybody else. He has served as the State Board Director for the last six years.

He is 59 and hails from Linesville, which is in Crawford County. Greig still operates a 650-acre dairy farm with his brother.

“George Greig is an experienced farmer, businessman and leader,” Corbett said. “His record of success and service makes him an ideal choice to lead this important state agency.”

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