Monday, October 25, 2010

Top helps Ron Sparks, Glen Zorn and forestry former association leader, John McMillan, to be Commissioner of agriculture

Published: Sunday, October 24 2010 5 H.
MONTGOMERY - Top of page help agriculture Commissioner Ron Sparks and Republican John McMillan, a former leader of the forest Association of Alabama, Glen Zorn, Democrat run November 2 to replace Sparks, Commissioner of the State, the Ministry of agriculture and industries.

Zorn, 66, is co-owner of Zorn Brothers Inc. of Florala, which grows cotton, cereals and peanut farmers buys and sells along with fertilizers, pesticides, feed and seed. "I understand, firstly, the agricultural production. "I understand the economy need it," said Zorn.

Zorn has worked for Sparks as Deputy Commissioner and Deputy Commissioner since 2003. "The bottom line, I was there for seven year and a half." "I have the experience to go forward," said Zorn.

He said it provides funding for the Department to keep falling in the next few years and wants the Ministry to team with the universities and other organizations to share resources. "For too long."¤.¤.each department wanted to be there as an island in soi.Le time came that we must work together.?

McMillan, 69, lives in Stockton, 1986-2006 was Alabama, lobby for businesses mill and sawmill paper, Forestry Association Executive Vice-President landowners and other interests forestiers.Sa family is owner of agricultural land and forestry in the County of Baldwin.Il was Commissioner of the Department conservation status from 1981 to 1983.

McMillan said his work at the Department of conservation "demonstrated an ability to perform a much larger government agency."

He also told his work on the status of staff, where he has held since 1997, help him manage employees.

"Fiscal and personnel questions are really important, the overall financial situation of the State," says McMillan, who agreed with Zorn that support from the State for the Department of agriculture will probably be tight in the years to come.

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